Category: Business Management

Cheapest Way to Send Money for Small Businesses

In our tech driven world, finding the cheapest way to send money between small businesses in different locations is important. This blog will walk you through the different methods you can use to send money internationally, to another state or locally. Money transfer services are critical to small businesses. They help brick and mortar stores

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Small businesses are turning to loans that require zero human oversight

When Xiomara Rosa-Tedla needed a small loan in February 2020 to fund her e-commerce startup Unoeth, she didn’t reach out to a venture capitalist or a bank officer. She asked an algorithm. Rosa-Tedla founded Unoeth with her dad in 2015. The company sells leather handbags and other accessories handmade in Ethiopia, and Rosa-Tedla was sitting

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GoDaddy Launches New Features to Aid Small Businesses

GoDaddy Inc. GDDY is making continuous efforts to gain customer momentum on the back of robust product offerings. The company’s latest introduction of new Pay Links and Virtual Terminal features within GoDaddy Payments is a testament to the abovementioned fact. Pay Links help businesses in creating a link to a safe checkout page. Business owners

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Top 2021 Post-Pandemic Pivots for Retail Stores

Square Banking will offer small businesses savings and checking accounts, as well as its existing lending offering which has been renamed Square Loans, the San Francisco-based company said on Tuesday. Square Checking will have no account minimums, overdraft fees, or recurring fees and saving accounts will offer a 0.5% annual percent yield on deposits. Square

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Big Tech’s small biz squeeze

While Apple, Google, Amazon and Facebook all started as tiny operations in garages and dorm rooms, it’s hard to imagine any of them being displaced by new startups today. President Biden’s sweeping new executive order targeting big business is the most ambitious effort yet to clear space for challengers to thrive — but still faces

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The Work-From-Home Revolution and What It Means for SMBs

Although companies are increasingly calling their workforces back into the office as more and more Americans get their Covid-19 vaccination, many employees are balking at the loss of flexibility they’ve grown accustomed to over the past year. A recent Harvard Business School Survey of 1,500 professionals who worked remotely last year found that 81% prefer

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How big business exploits small business

Major corporations really want you to know how much they care about small businesses — as long as those small businesses don’t compete with them or cause them too much trouble. During the pandemic, big companies were sure to draw attention to the ways they were supporting the little guy. Facebook highlighted all sorts of

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50 Budgeting Tips for Small Business Owners

Business is all about money. As a business owner, you want to make as much as you can and be frugal where you have to be. Budgeting is a vital aspect for any business, but especially important for small business owners. In this article, we’ll go over 50 budgeting tips to help your small business.

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Best Payroll Services for Small Business Owners

Payroll plays a critical role in the success of small businesses. Irrespective of the size of an organization, employees have to be paid on time consistently, and an efficient payroll process ensures that. However, computing total wage earnings, holding back deductions, paying payroll taxes, and making payments require a lot of time and effort. With

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The small business boom

One of the most unexpected pandemic winners might just turn out to be new small businesses. Why it matters: The number of entrepreneurs starting a business easily hit a record high in 2020, according to a new analysis by University of Maryland economist John Haltiwanger. That’s a surprising result, given the severity of the crisis. The big picture: It’s

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