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Date: Wed, 13. February 2013 11:18:24
At some point you may need to borrow money to fund your growth. When that day comes, you’ll want to make sure that your business has a good credit rating. To shore up your business credit rating, start by separating your personal and business finances. Stop putting business expenses on your personal credit card, and stop paying for equipment and supplies out of your personal accounts. If you must put more money into your business, make it an official loan with legal paperwork, advises Pedro Hernandez at Small Business Computing. Register your business as a separate legal entity. To apply for a small business bank account or line of credit, banks typically require a tax or employer identification number from the IRS. These steps will not only help build your business credit rating, they’ll also help shield you from personal liability. Next, apply and get approved for a small business credit card or loan, and start small if you can. A history of modest debts paid off on time is an ideal start toward a bigger loan at a favorable rate. And do business with suppliers who can report your payment history to business credit-rating agencies like Dun & Bradstreet. Finally, be sure to monitor your business credit score. A business credit monitoring service like Experian or Equifax will tell you if you’re on the right track. Adapted from 5 Tips for Building Good Business Credit by Pedro Hernandez at Small Business Computing.
Date: Thu, 12. December 2013 03:05:52
I get tired of hearing people whine about the job they're in, or the responsibilities they have. After all, this is not cleaning up vomit from stinking bathrooms, or pole dancing for leering strangers. This is quite a nice career path, and the pay and hours are above average at the very least. So, if you are whining, remember just who to blame. It's Your Career. You Look After It. originally appeared on About.com Advertising on Friday, November 22nd, 2013 at 18:48:23.Permalink | Comment | Email this
Date: Fri, 18. January 2013 03:42:59
Did you make something cool? Fun? Hip? Hipster? Trendy? Traditional? Do you have examples? Want to share? Come on! Read more here. The Holiday Card Assignment What Did You Do? originally appeared on About.com Advertising on Monday, December 17th, 2012 at 11:43:19.Permalink | Comment | Email this
Date: Mon, 4. November 2013 05:30:52
Saint Louis, MO November 04, 2013 Stealth Creative, a full-service advertising agency, and a Certified Women's Business Enterprise based in St. Louis, was recently listed "Largest Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations Firms" by the St. Louis Business Journal.
Date: Thu, 4. April 2013 17:22:30
Enterprise 2.0 and Social Business are reaching a stage of maturity in Europe with detailed cases from mid and large-sized organizations from a wide range of industries, headquartered in various European countries. At Enterprise 2.0 Summit Paris, held March 20th-21st, we saw executives and program leaders share their progress and success with long-term organizational transformations. Each had engaged in multi-year projects affecting many functions across their business, truly on the scale of what Social Business transformations should encompass.
Date: Sat, 26. January 2013 18:57:04
It could soon cost you more to shop with a credit card at some stores. Starting Sunday, merchants who accept credit cards issued by Visa and MasterCard will be allowed to add a 4 percent service charge to the purchase price.
Date: Sun, 30. December 2012 10:06:23
With college tuition costs skyrocketing ? an estimated $1 trillion in student loan debt now exceeds credit card debt in the U.S. ? many families are rethinking the traditional path to career success.
Date: Fri, 15. November 2013 16:08:17
Credit card. Debit card. Gift card. Loyalty card. Membership card.Second credit card. Your wallet has way too many cards in it. Coinhas a plan to get people to stop fumbling with all that plastic. OnThursday, the seven-person startup in San Francisco introduced anall-in-one card, also called Coin, meant to store financialinformation from every other card carried in a wallet. The deviceis available for preorder. Mobile payments remain a muchsought-after nut to crack for technology companies both large andsmall. ...
Date: Fri, 5. April 2013 15:44:41
AMI Advertising Agency was presented March 28 with two GOLD ADDY awards and the Best in Show Award from the American Advertising Federation Yakima Chapter for its consumer and business-to-business website designs in the digital advertising category.
Date: Wed, 3. July 2013 09:00:18
On one hand, we?re finally getting smart about this whole money-management thing. Consumers have built up savings from the pre-recession years, and are more likely to pay credit card bills on time. A lot of younger Americans are avoiding the credit card debt trap entirely. But experts say these efforts still aren?t enough: The economic current is running against us, so even those who are swimming like they were taught are probably just treading water. Collective consumer debt was cut by $100 billion in the first quarter of 2013, according to the credit reporting agency Equifax. TransUnion, another credit reporting agency, reported that credit card delinquency rates dropped almost 19% from the last quarter of 2012 to the first quarter of this year, and the average person?s credit card debt dropped almost 5% in that same time period. New data from FICO shows that the number of adults under 30 who don?t have a credit card doubled in just five years, to 16%, and a new Bankrate survey estimates that 45% of Americans have three or more months worth of expenses on hand in an emergency fund, up six percentage points since 2006. So far, so good, right? But there?s a flip side to the story these numbers don?t tell. We’ve replaced card debt with education debt. About that credit card debt: Although we?re paying it off and paying it on time, it seems like we?ve just traded it for student loan debt. Students and grads owe more than $1 trillion, and unless Congress takes action, the interest rate on new federal loans will double to 6.8% as of July 1. A recent Fed blog post says as many as 21% of loans could be delinquent. And unlike credit card debt, student loan debt is almost impossible to discharge. (MORE: Workers Revolt: Forget Stocks, Give Me Lifetime Income!) Another concern is that some consumers are going overboard in their efforts to avoid credit card debt. Today?s young adults are gun shy when it comes to credit cards, perhaps understandably; but
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