Learn how to open a business bank account. It's an important step in setting up your small business finances.
Every small business needs a bank. Here are the best ones for 2021
Opening a business bank account is a simple process that can help protect your liability and assets when it comes to making money.
When you've just started your business, it's simple to keep using personal bank accounts to cover expenses. But there's easy benefits to be had in starting a bank account and keeping your business and personal funds separate.
This is a beginner's guide to business lines of credit: how they work, why you should get one, and what to look out for when you do.
Loan payments actually have two parts, principal and interest. Here's how that works.
Sorta fun fact: the APR on a loan isn’t the same as a percentage rate. Here’s how to understand the difference, so you can pick the most affordable loan for your business (and avoid paying more than you expect).
Need a quick cash boost for your business? A micro loan gets you funds of $50,000 or less—even if your business is brand new, or your credit record has seen better days.
Peer to peer lending offers new borrowing opportunities for small businesses. Here's what you need to know about this growing lending practice before applying.
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