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What is a W-9 Form and Why would a business request one?

It’s a good practice to get a W-9 form whenever you engage an independent contractor. When you request a W-9 form, you are indicating to freelancers that you plan to keep your business dealings formal. What is a W9 Form and Why would a business request one? Continue reading What is a W-9 Form and Why would a business request one?

Which Loan is Best for Starting a Business?

For a start-up company, financial strategies for business are important to cover a lot of expenses and to give you enough resources to keep on moving forward as you start generating profit–and here is where start-up business loans come in. From your working capital, inventory, to real estate and equipment, sometimes your funds on hand are not enough. Which loan is best for starting a business?

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Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC)? | Definition

We know that a good Return on Invested Capital is required to attract investors, but we also need our cost of capital (i.e. debt interest) to be lower than our Return on Invested Capital (what we do with investor money). The idea is to find cash for as little as possible and then invest it in projects within your company that will return as much as possible for less than the cost of capital. What is the weighted average cost of capital (WACC) and how is it calculated?

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How to Save Your Struggling Small Business

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has hampered small businesses around the world — and your company is no exception. Like many small businesses, your company may be managing business income loss and struggling to stay afloat during the pandemic. Learn how to save your struggling small business. Continue reading How to Save Your Struggling Small Business

How Do You Keep Business and Personal Finances Separate?

One of the biggest financial mistakes that put businesses at risk is by mingling their personal and business finances. As a business owner, you don’t want to open yourself to liability or fall further into debt due to poor money management by letting your business and personal expenses mix. How do you keep business and personal finances separate?

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