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Cash flow is the lifeblood of small business. One of the main causes of cash flow problems is too many expenses. Whether you’re stockpiling inventory; just landed a major contract and need equipment, supplies, or more staff; or dealing with the unexpected, expenses can quickly add up. There are a n Read More
Late-paying clients are a fact of life for many businesses, but the impact on accounts receivable can be debilitating. 64% of small businesses are affected by late payments. While some are able to secure partial payment upfront, many clients are reluctant to part with their cash until the work is c Read More
“Get cash fast!” We’re all familiar with the ads and slogans that payday lenders use to lure cash-strapped consumers. They can be a viable option for some, but for most people, the short-term relief that these payday loans provide comes at a very high price.

Here are some straight answers about Read More
As you settle in to watch this year’s Olympics, you may feel more than simply inspired by these amazing athletes—you might actually feel kinship.That’s because small business owners have quite a lot in common with the legions of athletes descending on Rio this summer. Here are just seven ways that Read More
Ever considered government contracting? Pitching your products and solutions to the world’s biggest consumer—the U.S. government?

The business of selling to the government (more formally known as government contracting) can be a lucrative opportunity for businesses of all sizes. The government s Read More
The U.S. wedding industry is a big business—great news if you’re interested in starting a wedding business. If you’re interested in getting a piece of this market’s pie, here are seven conventional (and some not-so-conventional) wedding-themed businesses to start this summer. Read More
With warmer weather approaching, U.S. home owners and building managers are beginning to think about getting their green spaces in shape once more. Is your landscape business ready for the season? How’s your pipeline looking? Will last year’s customers come back? What are you doing now to retain an Read More
If you’re looking to start a business in the U.S. as a foreign national or alien, you’ll no doubt have questions. What are the immigration requirements? How do you get started? What tax obligations must you adhere to? Can you get financing from U.S. banks?

While it’s advisable to get the help fr Read More
Is your small business looking to hire an intern this summer? Internships are an important to both students and business owners. If you want new ideas and the opportunity to nurture a potential future employee – at a low cost – read these five tips for hiring and managing an intern (within the law) Read More
If you’re looking for a private equity firm, venture or angel capitalist to fund your business, what are your options? Below are some tips for identifying the right fit for your needs and taking those important first steps. Read More

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