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Small Business

Financing Your Business

The small business owner's guide to accounting and finance

Before you can scale your company, you need to make sure you've built a solid foundation. A large part of that is understanding fundamentals of small business finance and accounting. Simply knowing just a little more about things including credit, financing, and essential accounting documents can enable you to know when it's the right time to make big decisions—and take your enterprise to the next level.

5 habits that keep business spending in control

You have to spend money to make money, sure—but the savviest business owners spend wisely. Begin your cost saving mentality today.

5 things small business owners should know about tax reform

With updated tax codes, small business owners might need to plan for changes to cash flow. Understand the impacts.

How to choose the right type of credit for your business

As you understand your business's cash flow better, a core comprehension of credit is essential, too. The right financing option can help you fill cash-flow gaps as well as seize opportunities.

The explainer: Business accounting terms

Even if you have an accountant or bookkeeper, understanding basic terms can give you a deeper insight into the workings of your business.

4 signs that your business needs financing

In the right situations, business financing can be a tool to make your business grow. It's important to know how to recognize them when they arise.

Business financing 101: Get ready to apply

Applying for business financing can feel like luck of the draw, but you can actually take actions to strengthen your application. Understand how to present the best candidacy to potential lenders.

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