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Visualize your business by the numbers. Knowing the nitty-gritty will help steer you toward success.

By Jess Puccinelli
There comes a time in every business owners journey when sales slow. Before you throw in the towel, take these four major steps to reinvigorate sales. 
By Serenity Gibbons
Let’s take a look at some of the most important items you’ll negotiate in your business, and why they’re so important.
By Ankit Agarwal
Taxes can be one of the most important tasks associated with running a businesss. With this in mind, here are several basic things you need to know.
By Ankit Agarwal
A bank will look at your company's history, business credit, revenues and balance sheet. If you pass the credit check, they will also require a guarantee that their loan will be repaid: Collateral.
By Barry Bridges
Consider the following advice for improving your cash flow and keeping the momentum going.
By Renzo Costarella
If you’re able to budget properly, then there will always be enough capital for you to grow your business.
By Kaitlyn Hammond
According to Reevoo, shoppers are 67 percent more likely to buy after reading negative reviews as compared to the average shopper, but this only works if you have a strategy to deal with the problem.
By David Leto
From the moment you start a new business, you expose yourself to many risks. Fortunately, you can take the right steps to protect your business with the right insurance policies.
By Serenity Gibbons
Most businesses don’t have steady revenue all year round. But for all your business cash flow problems, there’s a possible solution.
By Founder, Lake Road Advisors, LLC, Paul V. Sydlansky, and CFP
Whether you're a small business of one or of nearly 500 employees, here's how to leverage your small business for your financial success.
By Deena Anreise
CRM software is no longer just for large companies. And, it can help you gain an edge over your competitors.
By Douglas P.B. Freeman
You can teach a lot of things, but arguably the most important factor in whether someone’s going to be a great team member, is work ethic.