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What Are Financial Ratios? Top Financial Ratios Every Business Owner Should Know About.

As a small business owner without an accounting background, your eyes may glaze over when you see the term financial ratio. What are financial ratios? Don't fret; financial ratios use your company's...

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7 Home Business Ideas That Double as Tax Write-Offs

A home business is more than just a new source of income. If you play your cards right, you could also use it to lower your personal taxes.

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Getting a Loan for Your Nonprofit? Here's How to Go About It.

If you operate a nonprofit, it's very likely that you understand the difficult landscape when it comes to acquiring funding. It’s not as easy as applying for capital if the business was an LLC, C...

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Top 10 SBA Lenders for Your Small Business Loans

Getting funds at the right time is critical for many growing businesses. Whether you’re just starting out, breaking into new markets, developing products or expanding your workforce, a business loan...

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Compare the Best Small Business Loans — Updated for 2022

Just about every entrepreneur has heard the saying, "You need to spend money to make money." Granted, that doesn't mean you need to spend more than you can afford, but it does mean you might need to...

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How to Open a Bank Account with a DBA

Setting up a bank account that’s dedicated to your business and separate from a personal account is a wise move — and it's even required, depending on your business type.

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What Business Expenses Can I Write Off for My Small Business?

What business expenses can you write off for your small business? 

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10 Best Business Checking Accounts for LLCs

Once you’ve formed an LLC, one essential step you'll need to follow is to keep your personal and business finances separate. Different accounts help to protect your personal assets from any...

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Best Business Lines of Credit for Small Business in 2022

Funding for small businesses can be secured through a number of lending providers as long as your business is eligible for a loan and you agree to the repayment terms.

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How to Reinstate Your Business in Good Standing Hassle-Free — All 50 States

There are plenty of reasons a business might lose its good standing. For instance, it can be involuntarily dissolved for failing to file the required reports and taxes, it can be voluntarily...