Category: Small Business

How to Start a WordPress Blog on Bluehost – Complete Guide

If you’re looking for a way to bring in some extra income and have a passion you’d enjoy sharing with others, blogging could be a great side gig or even potential full-time job for you. From travel to fashion, cooking to pilates, budgeting to home decor, it’s possible to blog about almost any topic, allowing you […]

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Guide to Small Business Loans for Women

Women-owned businesses have more difficulty getting loans than companies that are majority-owned by men. Female-led firms applying for loans are more likely to get turned down and less likely to get all they requested. While there are no lending programs … Continue reading →

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5 Tax Deductions for Self-Employed Freelancers & Small Business Owners

There are lots of expenses associated with the start-up and day-to-day operations of a business. Fortunately, many of these expenses are deductible, lowering the owner’s income tax and self-employment tax. Here are five deductions that can benefit small-business owners and self-employed taxpayers.

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How Equipment Financing for Businesses Works

Financing the purchase of essential equipment lets businesses preserve cash for working capital, hiring staff, expanding marketing efforts or other purposes. Equipment financing can be done with term loans, SBA-backed loans, lines of credit and credit cards. Equipment loans are … Continue reading →

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How to Support Small Businesses During the Coronavirus Pandemic

COVID-19-related social distancing is causing many small businesses to close or scale back. That means there’s now less money going back into local economies. Thankfully, if you want to support local business owners while complying with social distancing, there are still plenty of options available.

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S Corp vs. LLC: Which Is Best for Your Business?

So you own a business and you’re looking to incorporate. Two of the most popular business structure are the S Corp and the LLC. Which is best for your business can depend on many factors, such as what you do … Continue reading →

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7 Tips for Managing Remote Employees for Small-Business Owners

Managing employees from a distance can be a challenge, but it’s not impossible. The right tools and strategies make remote management easier and more efficient. Here are the key strategies you can use to manage remote employees of your small business in a work-from-home environment.

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How Businesses Can Prepare for Hurricane Season

Hurricane season begins May 15 in the East Pacific Ocean and June 1 in the Atlantic, the Caribbean and the Central Pacific Oceans. But the season typically reaches its peak between mid-August and late October. If you live along the … Continue reading →

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