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Three Ways To Prepare Your Small Business For A Sudden Crisis

An unfortunate reality of owning a small business is having to prepare for the worst. This is a primary difference between businesses that succeed and those that fail. The latter group prioritized the need for security and took measures to minimize the likelihood of an industry-related crisis as much as possible. Even if such an […]

4 Ways Equipment And Furniture Wholesalers Can Improve Cash Flow

Some of the most common business models are recipes for cash flow problems. Unless the business leader makes a consistent effort to ensure the system runs accordingly, complications will naturally arise. Few industries are more familiar with this concept than equipment and furniture wholesalers. Their business model revolves around invoices, which must be sent and […]

Should You Take Out A Small Business Loan? Here’s How To Decide

It’s often said that the hardest part about taking out a small business loan is the wealth of decisions you have to make before filing an application. Chief among these decisions is whether or not taking out a small business loan at this specific time is undeniably a good idea. There’s so many factors to […]

3 Ways To Stabilize Fluctuating Income For Your Small Business

No small business ends every month on a high note. There are good months and not so good months, even for the most successful small businesses. Fluctuating income is inevitable, not to mention a natural outcome of growth-related initiatives. But settling for fluctuating income can cause disruptions in cash flow that are so extreme that […]

Comparing Traditional Business Lenders and Online Business Lenders

When business lenders talk about the “transformation” or “evolution” of their industry, they are mostly referring to the rise of online business lenders. It sometimes seems like a new online business lender pops up every day. They typically offer the same programs as traditional business lenders (banks, credit unions) but with one or two major […]

3 Potential Culprits For Your Wholesale Business’s Cash Flow Problems

When most businesses experience cash flow problems, the instinctual reaction is to focus on increasing sales. This seems logical, since the issue is rooted in the absence of cash and more sales should bring in more money to fill in the gap. But in the wholesale industry, insufficient revenue is far from the only potential […]

3 Possible Reasons Your Invoices Are Not Being Paid On Time

For many industries, late invoices are easily the most annoying and hazardous parts of the job. It often seems like there’s literally nothing you can do to ensure that all of your future clients/customers send payments on time. As luck would have it, a great deal of businesses that revolve around invoices are naturally prone […]

4 Tips For Managing Your Medical Practice’s Cash Flow In 2019

Most medical practices tend to suffer from the same challenges, all of which are related to operational costs. It seems that every year, physicians, dentists and other medical professionals are faced with higher expenses and an increasingly unstable cash flow system. In order to pay their bills and maintain the necessary resources for serving patients, […]

4 Most Important Financial Documents For Your Small Business

One universal sign of a responsible small business owner is a perpetual awareness of the business’s financial health. Responsible (and more likely than not, successful) business owners determine what’s working and what’s not by regularly examining a series of financial statements or accounting reports. Maintaining this habit also allows them to keep their records updated […]

3 Best Types Of Small Business Loans For Covering Payroll

Small business owners are consistently urged to monitor their finances to avoid cash flow crunches. But sometimes, you have little if no control over the time it takes for cash to flow in and out of your business. You might find that cash is flowing out a lot quicker than it is flowing in. This […]