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Collecting debts from domestic clients is hard enough, but the process becomes even more difficult when trying to collect a debt from an international customer.
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If you're thinking about borrowing from your 401(k), consider the pros and cons first.
These billing practices can help support cash flow for small B2B companies.
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When choosing invoice software, look for something easy to use and helpful for tracking outstanding invoices.
Before you sign a loan document, make sure you understand the terms.
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You can't neglect your startup's financial health in the crucial early stages.
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Mobile credit card readers help your business accept payments anywhere.
Seasonal businesses often face larger credit card processing fees than year-round ones.
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If you sell across state lines, you're required to pay sales tax in those states. Here's how to comply with tax obligations as a small online seller.
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Reading the fine print is critical when choosing a credit card processing service.
If you have bad credit, you can still open a business checking account. Here's how.
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Though the Apple Card is for consumers, small business owners can take advantage of some of its perks.