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| October 21, 2018
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Article | February 10, 2020
When filling out the “revenue” portion of a small-business credit card application, you want to make your small business or side hustle look its very best without stretching the truth. But revenue can swing dramatically from year to year, and credit card applications often don’t spell out what you should or shouldn’t include when reporting it. So what counts as an honest, just-the-facts answer? Generally, in credit card applications, issuers want to know your verifiable gross revenue from the previous year.
Article | February 20, 2020
Building a small business is no easy feat, especially if you are a novice. From marketing to financial management, many aspects require your attention. To make things easier, invest in your training. Through a variety of training programs, including those mentioned below, you can improve your knowledge and skills. In turn, this will increase the chances that your small business will be profitable.
Article | April 20, 2020
Small businesses are the lifeblood of a community, but due to the impact of the coronavirus, they’re shuttering in enormous numbers. While the government launches massive programs to help, it’s a race against the clock for aid to arrive before many businesses run out of cash.Here, two University at Buffalo School of Management experts share their insights to help entrepreneurs and local businesses ride out the storm: Small-business owners must confront the situation and take immediate action to stay afloat, says Thomas Ulbrich, assistant dean for entrepreneurship and social innovation in the UB School of Management. Ulbrich directs the school’s Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, which is hosting twice-weekly Small Business Strong webinars about everything from cash-flow strategies to working from home.
Article | February 18, 2020
For small businesses, every dollar counts. That's why it is important to make sure you aren't overspending in areas you can't afford to. Starting up a new business is rarely an easy endeavor and keeping it growing and thriving for years to come will always require work and attention. Industries change and consumer spending habits can shift from year to year. How a business manages its finances to adapt to these changes is often a determining factor in its survival. The best way to ensure that entrepreneurs don't steer their new business ventures off a cliff is by planning ahead to avoid potential money mistakes. Hidden overspending pitfalls could be one of the more dangerous issues small businesses face.
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