In most business transactions, typically you have two entities: the buyer and the seller. The transactions involve the exchange of goods or services. However, some business transactions involves a third party. This type of transaction occurs when the seller...
The Small Business Administration (SBA) often guarantees loans for smaller companies, particularly those in economically underdeveloped areas. It partners with nonprofits called Certified Development Companies (CDCs) to bolster the local economy and contribute to the success of businesses serving...
At some point, every business tends to experience cash flow problems. While there are a variety of options for overcoming these problems, many of them come with drawbacks. Unfortunately, that may make them more trouble than they are worth....
Remember a time when the 40-hour work week was standard? Today, that may seem like nothing more than a fanciful dream. With increased competition in the workplace, higher expectations to perform from employers and ever-present technology, it’s more difficult...