After the hit on Wall Street, credit standards will be even tighter. Before putting the brakes on your future purchases or projects, consider these non-traditional funding options.
Lenders aren’t bending over backwards to help out small businesses right now. So what’s plan B? Familiarizing yourself with proven alternative sources.
Fifteen CEOs have signed one very angry letter addressed to President Obama.
There are some very compelling reasons to have a CPA look over your firm’s books.
Community banks fought hard to overturn it, but starting this month, your bank will be able to pay you interest on your corporate checking account.
Let your finance team members know: They won’t have any new interest rates to contend with as we start the new year. IRS will hold the 2021 first quarter interest rates steady. That’s according to IRS Revenue Ruling 2020-28. The rates apply to your company’s federal tax payments from January through March. As a reminder, […]
Employers now have a bit more clarity when it comes to determining how to calculate the maximum amount of a participant’s 401(k) loan if they have taken out prior loans during the same plan year.
Good news for Finance: At least for a little while, IRS is holding off on new rules and guidance, meaning no big changes are currently in store.
Good news: IRS just announced some changes that will ultimately result in significantly lower interest charges on any underpayments of income taxes it receives.
It’s not all about the 401(k) anymore.
You have another reason to hope the economy doesn’t fall into a global recession: Turns out one in three banks wouldn’t survive such a downturn.
What can businesses make of the latest Labor Department numbers?
Good news: Firms are finding it pretty easy to borrow money from lenders. Better news: Many firms don’t even need to rely on loans because they have sufficient cash reserves.
One employee benefit is keeping your older employees hanging on as long as they can.
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