The question of who pays for damage following riots is often a tricky one. Business owners generally have several avenues to pursue: insurance, government aid, and/or private support through loans or donations. Success in these avenues can vary wildly from business to business, however. Read on for a look at the history of rioting in America and how small businesses can recoup losses from riot-based damage.
Social distancing has become the new normal in the wake of COVID-19, and business travel has unsurprisingly been limited in the recent days and months. However, with states slowly beginning to relax restrictions and businesses struggling to make a buck, the desire to return to usual work travel is understandably becoming more common. Should your business return to a normal travel routine? Read on for tips and tricks to pandemic traveling.
May 20, 2020 Filed under: Small Business Read More
Plastiq allows you to make payments that would otherwise require checks or bank transfers with a credit card. All told, this can help simplify your accounting while letting you take advantage of the benefits a credit card provides. There is a catch, however; Plastiq charges a 2.85% fee on each payment, meaning that this service may or may not work for your bottom line.
Feb 10, 2022 Filed under: Business Credit Cards Read More
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues its societal devastation and an economic crisis thrives in its wake, many businesses throughout the US are hurting financially. In an effort to help alleviate small- and medium-sized businesses, the Federal Reserve has announced a new inititative known as the Main Street Lending Program. Read on for more details.
Nov 3, 2020 Filed under: Business Loans Read More
Contactless cards offer a simple and safe way to pay for purchases during the coronavirus pandemic. By ensuring that your wallet contains contactless-enabled credit cards, you’ll help keep both yourself and others at less risk throughout this turbulent time. Plus, you may find that paying with just a tap is both easier and faster than more traditional methods.
May 11, 2020 Filed under: Business Credit Cards Read More
Have you been hit by a lower credit limit recently, due to the coronavirus pandemic? Or are you concerned about having your card’s credit line decreased in the future? Continue reading to find out how you can help manage your situation and keep your business financially healthy.
Some credit card issuers are lending a helping hand during the coronavirus pandemic by offering cardholders incentives for sticking around. Called “retention offers,” these special incentives are meant to stop cardholders from canceling their credit card. While retention offers are nothing new in the world of credit cards, they have become more popularly requested because of the current crisis. Keep reading for a primer on what retention offers are and how they can help your business.
Despite the success of a fortuitous few, achieving the dream of making money off of playing video games still takes hard work and dedication. While Mixer has long played second fiddle to Twitch in the world of video game streaming platforms, the lesser popularity isn’t all bad. Because Mixer has fewer broadcasters and viewers than Twitch, it may be easier for new streamers to stand out in the crowd. This piece goes into the details of whether Mixer is the right choice for your streaming career.
Jun 22, 2020 Filed under: Small Business Read More
Ultimately, becoming a Twitch millionaire isn’t something that happens overnight. While there are plenty of avenues to earn money through Twitch, it takes work and dedication to grow a following (with a little bit of luck sprinkled in too!). The money just won’t come unless you have plenty of eyes watching whenever you stream.
Mar 25, 2020 Filed under: Small Business Read More
Many businesses are seeing financial struggles in the pandemic’s fallout. As such, it’s crucial for you to understand how to use credit cards smartly for your business. That’s why we’ve written this guide about how you can use credit cards to help your business weather the storm created by the coronavirus pandemic.
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Mar 19, 2020 Filed under: Business Credit Cards