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Can My Business Accept Venmo?

Venmo Business offers small businesses an easy, fast way to accept contactless payments in-store and online.

5 Free or Low-Cost Accounting Tools for Artists

Turn your side hustle into a profitable small business using accounting and invoicing software to track expenses, invoice clients, and accept payments.

Customers Not Paying? How to Improve Your Collections

Most businesses will face the inevitable nonpaying customer at some point. Here’s what to do if a client misses a deadline.

How to Issue Form 1099

Streamline tax season by deciding how you will complete and send 1099s to your contractors.

Cash on Hand: How Much Does Your Business Need?

Ensuring your business has enough cash on hand is a crucial way to protect your company and employees. Here’s what you need to know.

What Is Cash Flow and Why Does It Matter?

Cash flow is critical to the success of any business. Learn more about what it is, why it matters, and how your business can maintain a positive cash flow.

How Is Interest Charged on a Small Business Loan?

Interest rates vary depending on the lender, type of loan, and your business credentials.

6 Loan Types for Nonprofit Businesses

Traditional lenders aren’t always open to working with nonprofit organizations, but there are other options for financing your nonprofit activities.

Tax Forms Every Small Business Owner Should Know

Your business structure and other factors determine which forms you submit to the Internal Revenue Service. Explore common tax forms and use cases.

Who Needs a 1099? A Guide to Issuing 1099 Tax Forms

Independent contractors, the IRS, and some state governments need 1099 forms. Learn how to report non-employee compensation.