When internal capital isn’t enough to cover costs, many small businesses take out loans. Before diving in and taking on debt, it’s helpful to familiarize yourself with some of the more complicated terms and lingo you’ll encounter when searching for small business loans. A debt covenant is one such term you will likely come across. Let’s take an in-depth look at what debt covenants mean for a small business loan, why they’re used, and how to determine if their conditions are a fit for your needs.
Aug 10, 2020 Filed under: Business Loans Read More
It’s been a rocky ride for small businesses since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. But a recent survey suggests that a rebound is on the horizon. The survey, put out by CNBC and SurveyMonkey, indicates that small business owners are more confident that their businesses will last another year.
Aug 10, 2020 Filed under: News, Small Business Read More
Blessed with no state or local income taxes, Floridian businesses enjoy one of the laxest tax codes in the country. That leaves them with much less number crunching and heavy lifting to do in their payroll management. And coupled with highly intuitive payroll management software, small and medium scale business owners in Florida can process their payrolls personally with relatively greater ease. Learn more about Florida payroll rules and regulations here!
May 12, 2022 Filed under: Payroll Read More
It can take a little time and head-scratching to figure out the best Shopify hardware setup for your business. Your hardware options will depend on various factors, such as your device, your Shopify plan, your credit card processor, and what country you live in. Read on to learn everything you need to know about Shopify hardware.
Aug 10, 2020 Filed under: Point of Sale, Retail POS Read More
Ever wondered what the difference is between a 1099 contractor and a W2 employee? Believe it or not, the answer is both easier — and more complicated — than you might expect. It all boils down to this: If you tell your workers both what to do and how to do it, then they are probably W2 employees. On the other hand, if you only control the results and not the process, then they are probably 1099 contractors. Read more about the 1099 VS W-2.
Jun 15, 2021 Filed under: Payroll, Small Business Read More
eBay Seller Capital is a new seller financing program offering in partnership with LendingPoint. Does your eBay business qualify? Read on for more information about this program for eBay sellers, and see how much money you might be qualified to borrow.
Aug 7, 2020 Filed under: Business Loans, News Read More
Women Who Tech has just launched the COVID-19 Tech Challenge, which will deliver $10K and $3K in grant funding to two women-led tech startups. Learn how to apply and whether your business is eligible.
Aug 7, 2020 Filed under: Business Grants, News Read More
With the Covid-19 crisis, customers are paying for things by telephone a lot more than before. Here, we recommend six processors that provide excellent value for MOTO transactions that fit various types of businesses and answer some common questions.
Nonprofits have plenty to teach small business owners about managing money and people, communicating a mission, carving out a needed niche, writing a business plan, and using social media to tell their story. Learn more about North by Northeast Community Health Center, the only free health clinic in Oregon dedicated to African American/Black health, and see how following the pattern of a successful nonprofit can change your business ethics and efficacy.
Aug 5, 2020 Filed under: Small Business Read More
A survey from business funding matchmaker Fundera found that business owners across the US didn’t get enough funding from their PPP loans. What’s more, the program is closing soon; is there hope of a PPP renewal? Read on.
Aug 4, 2020 Filed under: Business Loans, News