Blog posts tagged with "Startup Business"

Psychology Tips for Young Entrepreneurs In 2018

February 08, 2018
There are two kinds of people in the business world – entrepreneurs and people who have the ability to start a business. The big difference is that an entrepreneur will do a lot more than the latter. An entrepreneur will do their research, and consider all available opportunities making business decisions. In addition, they’ll focus on how to generate the most money, and brainstorm future growth strategies.

Why You Should Rent Your Nail Salon Suite

February 05, 2018
Starting your own business is the American Dream for many individuals. These people yearn to be their own bosses, so that they can be in control of their schedule and entitled to the full share of profits for their work.

3 Tips for People with Disabilities Starting a Business

February 01, 2018
Small business ownership gives people with disabilities an exciting opportunity to have more flexibility in their work – wiggle room that is often unavailable through traditional employment. Starting a business with chronic pain, a mobility issue, a visual impairment, or another type of disability comes with its own set of unique challenges, however.

4 Women Entrepreneurs that Aspiring Business Owners Can Learn From

January 31, 2018
If you’re a woman business owner, you know that it can be both exciting and challenging to run your own business. It requires perseverance and focus, and many people aren’t up for the challenge. Luckily, many women have paved the way for today’s female entrepreneurs to shine. In this post, we’ll tell you about four notable entrepreneurs, and explain how their experiences can inspire you.

Pros and Cons of Startup Business Loans

January 17, 2018
There are a number of ways entrepreneurs can acquire funds to jump start their new businesses. Many turn to personal savings, family and friends, crowdfunding, or credit cards. In addition to these options, some entrepreneurs consider startup business loans. Although there are benefits of receiving a startup business loan, there also some downsides to consider.

How Much Should You Pay Yourself as a Business Owner?

January 16, 2018
Running a small business can be challenging. You are faced with many financial responsibilities, such as following a budget, paying bills, and saving money for future endeavors. One area that many business owners overlook is paying themselves. Instead of rewarding themselves for running a successful business, they often starve themselves for cash, which in-turn negatively affects their personal lives.

How to Apply for a Small Business Credit Card

December 27, 2017
Small business credit cards can provide access to financial capital, allowing businesses to pay bills, invest in equipment, afford payroll, and purchase other necessities. The additional protections offered by credit cards, including safeguards against theft, make them ideal for small businesses. A credit card will also create a record of your purchases, making it easier to track your spending.

Four Low-Risk Businesses That You Can Start Today

December 22, 2017
Do you dream of being your own boss? If so, you might benefit from starting a small business! Unfortunately, there are risks that come with opening a business. According to a study by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, almost 50 percent of small businesses fail within the first five years. To avoid business failure, it is important to consider starting a business that is less likely to fail than certain ventures, such as opening a restaurant.

7 Steps for Preparing Your Franchise's Finances for the Future

December 19, 2017
Running a franchise is a dream for many people. However, getting approved to open a franchise is not easy. Even if you receive approval, running a franchise is not a guarantee of success. Having your franchise operate at a profitable level is a struggle for many franchise owners. Before opening a franchise, you need to be prepared to manage the finances of your business correctly. In this post, we’ll provide seven tips to get you started.

5 Credit Card Options for New Businesses

December 19, 2017
Of the 553 small business owners that TD Bank surveyed in April 2017, nearly half reported that they use a business credit card. This should come as no surprise, since a business credit card can be a valuable tool that helps business owners smooth out short-term cash flow shortfalls. Also, qualifying for a business credit card is not nearly as difficult as qualifying for a traditional business loan or line of credit.