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Dawn Stratton has been in optometry for just about 23 years now. And when you ask her what those 23 years were like, she’ll say:

“A journey.”

A journey that, like for all optometrists, started with long, grueling years of optometry school. Read More
Do you prepare and file your company’s taxes?

If you’ve been processing your business taxes, you might have been doing so incorrectly for years. You might have overlooked deductions that you could have taken. You might have missed credits and itemized items that you could have applied. Read More
Profit maximization might be the most misunderstood concept in business. After all, doesn’t it make sense to increase sales as much as you possibly can? Won’t profitability automatically come with those increased sales? It seems counterintuitive, but the answer to that is actually no.

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Does your small business have the potential to go global?

If you’re a small business owner, you might have the perception that you don’t have any chance at exporting. A business that’s going overseas is assumed to be a large, multinational corporation. Read More
Getting out of business debt may feel like trying to outrun rapid lava flow.

If most of your monthly business budget is dedicated to paying off loans, it can also feel like your growth prospects are severely limited. You want to be selective with what you can do with your profits. But unless you Read More
As we all know, any new presidential administration comes with ambiguity about which policies will stay consistent and which will change. As a country, we’re waiting to see what the Trump administration will do on many fronts, but one subject that could impact your small business more than you migh Read More

The Economics of Starting an Imports/Exports Business

The Economics of Starting an Imports/Exports Business - Avatar Posted by fundera under Startups
From 2271 days ago
Made Hot by: robinandy58 on March 23, 2017 2:57 pm
For nearly as long as there’s been people, there’s been trade. In the long history of humanity, when we aren’t at war, we’ve been interested in buying and selling various goods from each other. Imports and exports are how the potato came to Ireland, and in a more modern sense it’s how we’re able to Read More
It’s almost April 18th. Have you filed your small business taxes yet?

The Small Business Administration reports that there are 28 million small businesses in the U.S., 22 million of which are “nonemployer” businesses made up of a solo entrepreneur. These small businesses run the gamut from indie Read More
While debt financing is an important resource for small business owners, small business loans need to be handled with the utmost care—they can have a huge positive or negative impact on your business’s financials.

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How do you perform a secretary of state business search, and what can you do with that information? We’ve got the state-by-state guide you need to use the business entity search function effectively.

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