Obtaining a small business loan may seem hard but it boils down to three things: selling yourself, selling your plan and picking the right bank. Here’s how.
Use EBITDA (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization) to help determine a company’s financial health.
Congress enacted a minimum wage in 1938 to ensure that Americans are able to survive misfortune; new proposals may stray from the original intent.
Considering financing for your small business? Check into SBA-guaranteed loans, which offer longer terms. They’re not as complicated as you might think.