6 Tips for Improving Your Productivity

When you own a business, it’s important to stay productive to keep your company growing and improving. However, this can sometimes be easier said than done. If you find that you’re not getting as much done during your workday as you would...

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Veteran-Owned Business Support from the SBA

Serving your country as a member of the military takes you away from your life back home for many years. When you return, you may not know exactly what to do with yourself. Some veterans go back to school, while others reconnect...

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How the SBA Disaster Loans Support Businesses in Recovery

As a business owner, there are a number of circumstances that are out of your control in regard to your company’s future. When a natural disaster causes serious destruction to your business or its assets, it can take a...

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COVID 19 Relief Programs

Remember, your first step should be to contact your bank to secure a line of credit. Take what you qualify for! If you have solid business history, this will be the easiest and fastest way to obtain funding. If...

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10 Tips for Getting Through the Business Loan Process

Starting your own business begins with finding the right financing solution. The business loan process can often prove rigorous. To get through the ordeal and see success from your endeavors, consider these simple tips. Determine the Type There are a number of loan options...

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Advantages of Investing in Multifamily Real Estate

Smart investors know that real estate is a solid investment. “They aren’t making any more land,” as they say, and property values in residential areas generally appreciate over time. In addition, rent becomes almost pure profit after the initial cost of your...

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Choosing an SBA Loan: 504 or 7a?

One of the best ways to start your business is with an SBA loan and there are two main types designed to help start-ups, the 504 and 7a loan programs. The Small Business Administration can help back your loan, making it less...

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Robert Morris

Robert Morris, the Superintendent of Finance, recommended to US Congress the establishment of decimal coinage and a national mint on January 15, 1782. A Liverpool-born American merchant he financed the American Revolution, signed the Declaration of Independence, the Articles...

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Best Practices from the Most Successful Accounting Departments

Running an accounting department is not an easy task. There are a lot of things to keep track of and too many solutions to choose from to help. When you incorporate the best practices to your department, however, you can see big...

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The Difference Between Residential and Commercial Real Estate Financing

Getting ready to buy a building for your business? It's exciting, but it's also a really sensitive time for a small business owner, especially if you have never purchased commercial real estate before. Residential purchases for either home or recreational property are...

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