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Tips for Small Business Owners Saving for Retirement
Investing for the future now leads to a healthier business long-term. We visited with several small business owners to get their perspective on savings and retirement plan options. Check out their suggestions and thoughts below.
How to Keep Employees Happy and Motivated
It’s no secret that happy employees are motivated employees. Because a company’s bottom line can be adversely affected by high employee turnover, it’s a wise move to invest in measures that promote employee retention.
Is Hiring a Virtual Assistant Right for You?
Any task that does not require the physical presence of an employee can easily be outsourced to a virtual assistant. It includes making calls, booking travel arrangements, scheduling and confirming appointments, assisting with social media engagement/networking, screening your emails and responding on your behalf, invoicing and book-keeping, and performing research-oriented tasks.
The Best Ways to Build Credit Fast
More than ever, this is the time when a good business credit score will solicit hearty approvals for all your credit requests. If you haven't yet established business credit or have an unsatisfactory score, you may need to start with some groundwork before reaching out to lenders and suppliers.
What Is Loan Stacking and Why Should You Avoid It?
As a small business owner, taking out a business loan can certainly help you grow your business. The problem, however, comes if you as an owner fall into the trap of taking out multiple loans at the same time (also known as “loan stacking”).
3 Ways RapidAdvance Helps Small Business Owners Succeed
Small business owners always face challenges; however, they need not face them alone. RapidAdvance is here to support you with thought leadership, education, and partnerships with the SBA and NSBA.
How Are Credit Scores Determined?
At some point, your business will need to bolster its capital through business credit cards, small business loans, lines of credit or charge cards. Accessing capital is easier and quicker when you have a good business credit score.
How to Qualify for Working Capital Financing
Qualifying for a small business loan is based on a couple of factors: your personal credit history; how long you’ve been in business; the type of business you run; and business revenue. Use this information to find the right loan for you and get ahead in business.
What Type of Small Business Loans Are Used for Working Capital?
Small businesses employ many types of financing products to generate working capital. The options range from commercial real estate mortgages to equipment financing, and from asset-based lending (ABL) to secured bank loans and lines of credit. While they all are great resources for businesses, they can sometimes be difficult to get and often require the business owner to pledge collateral. Check out these tips for getting a small business loan now.
How to Qualify for a Small Business Loan with an Alternative Lender
Small businesses are the lifeblood of the United States economy. Recent data from the Small Business Administration (SBA) finds that these companies represent 99 percent of U.S. companies and 54 percent of total sales. The small business may be “small,” but it has a big role to play in economic growth and unemployment rates. Check out these tricks for getting a small business loan with an alternative lender!
What's the Difference Between Personal Credit and Business Credit?
When looking for a business loan, there are some important differences between personal and business credit. If you aren’t sure or have questions about how one relates to the other, here are explanations about how each works and the importance of credit as it applies to getting a business loan.
The Dough to Grow: How Much Money Can My Small Business Qualify For?
How much financing does your small business qualify for? We help you take out some of the guesswork with these useful tips.
Financing Your Small Business: Which Loan Is Right for You?
Learn the difference between secured and unsecured loans, and find out whether a business loan, personal loan or line of credit is right for your small business.