Archive for July, 2020

  • PPP Loan Forgiveness: What to Know to Get Your Loan Forgiven

    The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) is a loan program worth nearly $670 billion. It was enacted by the U.S. Federal Government under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. With a PPP loan, small business owners could have access to the funds required to keep their operation afloat throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. To achieve loan forgiveness and avoid […]

    Posted at July 20, 2020 » By : » Categories : COVID-19 Business Resources,SBA Loans »
  • How to Apply for a PPP Loan: Everything You Need to Know

    The global economy is in peril due to the coronavirus pandemic. Across the United States, businesses are closing their doors at the government’s request. How can American businesses expect to survive without revenue? There is a sliver of hope during these distressing times. The United States government authorized the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) to bailout […]

    Posted at July 17, 2020 » By : » Categories : COVID-19 Business Resources,SBA Loans »
  • A Guide to Asset-Based Lending: Everything You Need to Know

    If your business is financially struggling, asset-based lending can help you. When a business needs cash, one of the first things owners think about is a loan. However, there are a plethora of lending options available to businesses, making it difficult to choose one. With asset-based lending, you can avoid poor terms and get a […]

    Posted at July 14, 2020 » By : » Categories : Business Funding »
  • What Is an Open Invoice?

    At the inception of any small business, there’s the expectation that an open invoice will be a regular part of a business’s life cycle. After all, once business graduates from the status of cash-only (if it ever started as one), it immediately transitions into creating invoices for your services provided or products sold. The core […]

    Posted at July 13, 2020 » By : » Categories : Accounting, Payroll, & Taxes »
  • Is Accounts Receivable an Asset?

    Accounts receivable can be a frustrating area. With 48% of customers delaying payments, it can often feel like accounts receivable is a liability rather than an asset. If accounts receivable turns into bad debt, then this becomes a company loss. However, before that happens, accounts receivable should not be considered a liability. Which begs the […]

    Posted at July 11, 2020 » By : » Categories : Accounting, Payroll, & Taxes »
  • 7 Tips for Choosing Payroll Services for Your Small Business

    Is your small business looking for a new payroll service provider? Deciding to outsource your payroll or switching payroll companies can be a big change. This helpful guide has 7 tips for choosing payroll services for your small business that will help you successfully make the switch. 1. Consider the Timing Before you look at […]

    Posted at July 10, 2020 » By : » Categories : Accounting, Payroll, & Taxes,Business Services »
  • Small Business Owner’s Guide to a POS System

    Did you know that about one in five small businesses fails within its first year, and about half close within five years? If you want your business to beat the odds, you need to do everything you can to maximize your chances at success. One of the best steps you can take towards this is […]

    Posted at July 2, 2020 » By : » Categories : Business Services »
  • What are Web Services? Which is Better, REST vs SOAP?

    The term “web services” is probably something you’ve heard mentioned from big technology companies and their products, like Amazon Web Services or Google’s Web Service and Cloud. But, what are web services exactly? Even if you’ve heard of these services, it can be difficult to understand them since they have involved workflows. It’s helpful to […]

    Posted at July 2, 2020 » By : » Categories : Business Services »