9 Apps Every Traveling Entrepreneur Needs to Have

| January 5, 2017

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Being an entrepreneur usually means being a frequent traveler. You need to go out of the city to meet with partners, mentors, clients or maybe even employees -- as well as attend conferences and seminars to stay plugged into your industry.

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30 Ideas for Small Businesses that Make Money

Article | February 17, 2020

How to Make Money in Business with a Side Hustle Gone are the days of searching print ads for a job to make a living. In today’s environment, the internet is at your fingertips, making it easier than ever for small businesses that make money to start. In fact, setting up two streams of income can be a simple task. Just ask yourself: The internet provides ample opportunities to finance and start small businesses that make money quickly. Many of these opportunities use the skills you already have. These skills can be anything from grammar or technical skills to social media skills. For example, a nutritionist could easily make the case for starting a health food company. Meanwhile, an accountant could partner with a software developer to create a better tax preparation service. You may be better positioned than most people to take advantage of an opportunity by leveraging the expertise you already have. Just because you already have a full-time job doesn’t mean you can’t make multiple streams of income through side jobs. As you pursue these jobs, keeping a positive mindset will be a key to your success.

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3 Of The Most Common Bank Loans For Small Businesses

Article | April 7, 2020

Securing a small business loan is challenging. However it’s always advisable to head off to your local bank for a loan when the need for cash hits and investor money isn’t available and/or wanted. Well that’s because banks tend to have a few more scruples than higher-risk lenders, and will offer more favorable terms, specifically regarding the interest rate you’ll have to pay on the loan amount. Using the bank to help you pay off sudden emergency needs, or eliminate higher-interest debt, can save you hundreds or thousands in interest payments. A small business loan, including lines of credit, are also less expensive than credit cards, which generally have much higher interest rates.

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Covid-19: Help for your Small Business

Article | April 21, 2020

The federal government's stimulus PPP for small businesses, the $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program, which offers forgivable loans to small businesses, ran out of money on last week. Over the weekend, Democrats and Republicans were negotiating a deal that would allocate $310 billion more into the Paycheck Protection Program, setting aside $60 billion of that sum for rural and minority groups. Another $60 billion would go to the Economic Injury Disaster Loan program, a separate program offering loans for small businesses administered by the Small Business Association.

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A small business guide to mastering accounts receivable

Article | March 9, 2020

Most companies go out of business because they run out of cash. One of the biggest factors that can impact a business’ cash flow is how well they manage their accounts receivable. A well-oiled accounts receivable process can save you much pain down the road. But first, let’s take a look at what accounts receivable is. Then, we’ll tackle how you can better manage it and get the most out of it.

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