If your delinquent customers know you mean business, they’ll be less likely to try to skirt payments in the future. Here’s how to deal with the five most common late payment situations or excuses.
The long answer? Yes! But it depends on the circumstances. Let’s take a close look into the two main factors: your lender and your presentation.
If you’re a small business owner trying to get funding for your business, there are more options available than ever before. One option to consider are merchant cash advances.
Debt from student loans is keeping many of the brightest from starting their own businesses. Here are tips to get out of that debt.
One of the biggest challenges of starting a new business is ensuring its financial viability as you work towards making it profitable. If your personal finances are a mess, your business won’t fare much better.
With bank loans hard to come by, a lot of people are turning to their retirement accounts for business capital. Is it worth risking your nest egg? Here’s what you need to know.
When most people think of business credit, they don’t really consider the importance of the credit relationships they have with their vendors or other suppliers—but they should.
Information exists on different loan options, but not on whether you should take out a loan at all. To help you figure out which financial step is best for your business, here are seven big reasons to obtain a loan.
Small business expert Denise O’Berry discusses her personal story about being “attacked” with credit card fraud and shares three easy ways to prevent it from happening to you.
Small Business Investment Companies (SBICs) are a great source of capital for growing companies, yet many people don’t know about these very attractive sources of funding. Here’s what to know.