This is a sponsored post on behalf of QuickBooks Payroll. If your business pays employees or contractors – even if it’s a sole proprietorship or microbusiness with no traditional employees other than you – it’s time to look into a small-business payroll provider. You need a professional payroll partner if you: Elect to tax your…
Not everyone on your gift list is a friend or family member. Sometimes, you need to shop for people you don’t know very well, such as those you have business relationships with, like clients, suppliers, employees, or tenants. These are people you probably don’t want to spend a premium on, especially if you’re shopping for…
Being a solopreneur is exciting. You’re growing your own business and reaping the rewards of your hard work, and you have the freedom to choose when and where you work. But most small-business owners start out doing it all. Eventually, they need to build a team to reach the next level of success. Hiring can be…
If you are a Small or Medium Enterprise (SME) owner looking to stay abreast of competition, then you should read and execute these suggestions that will help you immensely in improving your brand value and return on investment in 2016. #1 – Visually Appealing Web Pages Draw in More Customers Your primary focus will be to…
If you’ve ever applied for a mortgage or car loan, you know how much your personal credit score impacts your interest rate, fees, and down payment. But many small-business owners are less familiar with how business credit works. Many entrepreneurs don’t even realize they have a credit score, much less know what it is. If you’re…
You want your business to grow, right? There are many reasons why small businesses stay small. Perhaps the owners do not know how to expand. Maybe there is too much competition in the area. Or, the market is saturated. Did the business owner fail to do the research ahead of time? Often the problem is…
Small business credit cards are increasingly popular business financing options, particularly for entrepreneurs who don’t qualify for traditional business loans and don’t have access to networks filled with deep-pocketed family members, friends, and colleagues. No matter what your business does, a credit card can probably help – as long as you use credit wisely and avoid…
The Bank of America® Business Advantage Cash Rewards Mastercard® Credit Card is a no-annual fee, small business credit card with an attractive cash back rewards program. Though it’s not currently on our list of the best small business credit cards, this Bank of America credit card is always a contender to make our best cash back…
The Bank of America® Platinum Visa® Business Credit Card is a no-frills business credit card with no annual fee and a solid sign-up bonus. Though you won’t find it on our list of the best small business credit cards or our roundup of the best low APR interest credit cards, this card has some attractive features. In addition…
The Delta Reserve for Business Credit Card is reserved (no pun intended) for loyal Delta business travelers who like to travel in style and don’t mind paying the $450 annual fee. It’s a perennial contender for inclusion on our best small business credit cards list. For the relative handful of business travelers who can afford…