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Issuing corporate credit cards to your employees can be a boon to your business, helping save employees’ time and helping keep corporate expenses in check. But there’s always a chance your employees will use these cards to make unauthorized charges. What’s more, if you don’t detect inappropriate or fraudulent card use soon enough, your business could be liable for those charges. Read More >
As hard as you’ve worked to build your business, wouldn’t it be tragic if it crumbled the moment you walk away? Yet that’s precisely the risk many business leaders face by failing to maintain a clear and current succession plan. Read More >
With the credit card industry growing at its fastest pace ever, according to the Nilson Report, businesses are being deluged with credit card offers. Is a credit card appropriate for your business, and if so, which type should you select? Read More >
Think your business is somehow immune to the risk of getting hacked? Think again. “Literally 97 percent of all companies are getting breached,” said Dave DeWalt, CEO of the cybersecurity firm FireEye, in a widely watched interview with the television news series “60 Minutes” that aired in late November 2014. “It’s happening. It’s just the life we live in today.” Read More >
Extending credit to clients can help you sell more to existing customers and attract new ones. But if clients don’t pay on time, it can have a harmful effect on your cash flow — the lifeblood of your business. Collection delinquencies make it difficult to forecast cash flow and may also mean that you have to create a bigger cash cushion than you otherwise would in order to deal with slow payments and still meet your obligations. Read More >