Unfortunately, new businesses find it challenging to find funding. You can’t just walk into your local bank, produce a few financial statements, and get a business loan. A lack of revenue and business credit history works against you, as traditional lenders see you as a big risk. However, this doesn’t mean you have to put your dreams on hold. It simply means that you need to get a little creative with your funding. Not sure where to start? You’re in the right place.
Invoicing software makes it quick and easy to customize, create, and send invoices. Your clients can even pay you without printing a check, paying for postage, or even leaving their office. If you’re not already using invoicing software, what’s holding you back? For many business owners, a monthly software subscription might not be in the budget. But here’s the great news: there are lots of free invoicing software options on the market.
In the past, hiring a bookkeeper meant finding an experienced candidate in your area and going through a lengthy interview and onboarding process before they started coming into the office. Now, though, the internet has made it easier than ever to find and hire a bookkeeper anywhere in the world. In this post, we’re going to take an in-depth look at the benefits of online bookkeeping services. If you decide this is something your business needs, we’ll also provide recommendations for some of the best online services.
Instead of wasting time, energy, and office supplies sending out invoices and cashing checks, consider an online invoice payment solution. Sending invoices and accepting payments online is beneficial to you and your customers. And the best part? You can get paid faster — so why not give it a shot?
In this article, we’re going to look at the supply chain and how it’s important to more than just big businesses. By understanding your supply chain, how it works, and how to mitigate risk, you’ll be better prepared for the future, whatever it may bring.
Small business aid made available through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Support Act has been making headlines, but many small business owners missed out on funding, do not qualify, or did not receive enough money to sustain their business for an extended period of time. The good news, though, is that many companies and organizations are offering millions of dollars in grant money to small business owners.
Whether you’re looking for an incentive to keep your business fully staffed or you need extra funds to keep your business afloat, there are tax credits available to help you. But breaking down the jargon when reading the laws surrounding these credits can get confusing. That’s why we’re breaking it down for you. In this article, we’re going to take a look at two tax credits available for small business owners that have been affected by the coronavirus. We’ll talk about qualifying and calculating tax credits and provide additional information and resources to help your business. Keep reading to take the first step toward financial relief.
In this article, we’re going to discuss what we currently know about PPP tax audits. We’ll look at what businesses will be audited, what these audits will look like, and answer some FAQs about the PPP audits. We’ll continue to monitor this situation and will update this article as more information becomes available.
The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) is bringing much-needed relief to small business owners affected by the coronavirus. Not only does this loan program provide funding to help cover payroll and other expenses, but if used for qualifying purposes, your loan will be forgiven. In this post, we’re going to help you understand how you can qualify for PPP loan forgiveness.
One provision of the CARES Act that has gained a lot of attention nationwide is the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). This program has received an overwhelming response from small business owners. If you own a small business and have employees on your payroll, the PPP loan may be beneficial for you. Keep reading to learn more about this program, how to know if you qualify, and how to navigate the application process with ease.