The adage “work smarter not harder” has become a business cliché, but it does hold a lot of truth. For many startups, the idea of living and breathing for your company and hustling from the moment you wake up...
Having access to capital is incredibly important for your company’s overall success. When something disrupts the flow of your cash, it becomes more difficult to grow your business in a healthy way. Positive cash flow occurs when the money entering your business...
Generating a positive corporate culture may seem like a waste of time when there are so many other areas that need your focus, but ignoring it could be a contributing factor to your company’s downfall. Statistics show that happy...
Most businesses need to consider SBA loans at some point in their business career. Here are the steps you need to take to secure your approval. Consider the Types of Small Business Loans Available There are several types of SBA loans...
Fixing up an older property and selling it for a profit can be a rewarding real estate investment, but it can also be a risky and costly endeavor. In order to maximize your potential for success, there are some...
Being an entrepreneur has its good and bad moments. While you can set your own schedule, be your own boss and develop a business idea that is entirely your own, you often work more hours than you sleep and...
One of your most important goals for your medical practice is probably to provide the highest possible level of quality care for your patients. Expanding your business can allow you to make important upgrades, but you will need working...
Invoice factoring is a great solution in terms of companies that need fast accounts receivable or that experience seasonal lulls. Sometimes it can make or break a business to be able to obtain funds to stay afloat. To get...
If you’re having cash flow problems, then purchasing new equipment for your business is out of the question. Unfortunately, waiting around to purchase new equipment can also hurt your business. You cannot always wait until you have the cash...
You spent a long time planning and executing the debut of your startup. You worked long hours for no pay getting your grand idea hatched. When you first opened, you continued to work those hours, still for little or...