Expect the Unexpected

    Most recently we have witnessed the devastation of the hurricane of the east coast,  Natural disasters have become seemingly more popular in the news and around the world. It has been called to our attention that no matter where one does business, IT can happen to you! In the past decade we have seen; floods, earthquakes, fires, mudslides, tornadoes, and hurricanes which have caused millions of dollars in damages to everything they touch. While we can’t control the weather, we may be able to lessen the impact of these instances if they are to happen to your business. Learn the basics in staying calm and preparing an emergency plan.

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  • 2019 Business Tax Calendar

    Be in the know so you’re business is never behind the tax curve!

    As a small business owner, I too deal with the stresses of tax time. One tip to never ever forget, is to give yourself plenty of time to save, set aside money, or whatever you have to do to prepare for THE TAX DEADLINE. 

    Filing and paying business taxes is always easier when you know when they are due! Use our Business Tax Filing Calendar below to keep up with your filing responsibilities and to avoid late penalties. 

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  • Adding a Financing Arm to Your B2B Business

    “aka” In-House Customer Payment Plans

    With majority of business processes automated – payment plans are more
    readily available than ever before. This includes business goods, services, and
    consumer goods – almost everything under the sun can be financed.

    With that being said it is crucial for a business to offer payment plans for products and services to keep up with competition and most importantly grow sales and increase revenue.

    Commonly, a customer that wants or requires a finance option is often not going to share that with whom they are purchasing from. Keep in mind, 100% of your customers that pay cash are already doing so. So suppliers offering a financing option have the chance to convert more existing prospects into buyers.

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  • The Life Cycle of Debt

    Financing Your Business

    From the moment of inspiration, the most
    common question a business owner will have is, “How am I going to pay for that!?”
    Great ideas and great businesses are launched every day, it is the cornerstone
    of the American Dream and essential
    to the US economy. Over 80% of people in the US are employed by small
    businesses. However, financing your business is often one of the most difficult
    things a business owner will have to deal with.

    Let’s take a moment then to look at what debt
    is, the types of debt, and how debt is used in the life of a business.

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