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5 Common Financial Myths Every Small Business Owner Hears

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  It seems like there’s always someone trying to give us advice on everything from dieting to how to clean up wine stains, and one […]

The Consequences of Financial Illiteracy

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In honor of Financial Literacy Month, we’ve devoted the month of April to talking about financial literacy. In the last post, we talked a bit […]

How to Finance a Business Expansion

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Business expansion is a big step for most business owners.  When you first start a small business, all your concerns are about keeping your head […]

Questions to Ask Before Looking for a Small Business Loan

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So your small business is doing well and it’s time to expand, or maybe you’re just starting out and you need some resources to get […]

5 “After New Year’s” Resolutions for Your Small Business

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It’s that time of year again. The time of year when we’ve made the overwhelming list of all the changes we plan to make in […]

7 Ways to Cut Business Costs in 2014

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Some say the recession may officially be over but is anybody really feeling like it is??  And even if it is, does that mean small […]

4 Ways Small Businesses Waste Money

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“You have to spend money to make money.” It’s a well-known idiom and there’s certainly truth to it. But there’s more to making money than […]

Year-End Tax Planning – 4 Things to Consider

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Our blog spends a lot of time hashing out business cash flow management and cash flow improvement. We’ve also discussed how a key to solid […]

Anatomy of a Cash Flow Statement

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In our last post, we talked about the basics of cash flow statements, what they are and what they can tell us. This time, we’re […]

Introduction to Cash Flow Statements

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  The majority of small business owners probably got into their business because of a real love for their product or the service they’re offering. […]