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A standby letter of credit can help your business grow

In business, deals don't always go as intended, so having a backup plan can save the day. If you're in a tough financial or contractual situation, such as doing business internationally or on a large construction project, a standby letter of credit—the backup plan—can open up opportunities for your business that might not otherwise be available. Read More >

Loan or line: Which funding method is right for your business?

Every business needs cash to either sustain inventory, expand into new markets, purchase equipment or invest in marketing Sometimes that means borrowing money. Here's a look at two popular funding methods and how to pick the right option for your business. Read More >

Why you should know your business credit rating

If your small business is like many that responded to a 2015 Small Business Credit Survey by the Federal Reserve Bank, you may need a business loan or line of credit to expand your business or meet operating expenses. Almost half (47 percent) of the businesses surveyed had applied for credit in the past 12 months. Read More >

Don't overpay taxes - understand deductions and credits

Tax season is here. Rather than dreading it, look on it as a chance to identify money-saving opportunities for this year. When you file your taxes for the previous year, it's a perfect occasion to plan your tax strategy for the current year (and beyond). Read More >

Overcome your business concerns in 2017

Your business is unique. Yet surveys of small businesses show they’re often worried about the same challenges. So no matter what market or industry you operate in, finding solutions for common concerns can help your business thrive in 2017. A survey by Wasp Barcode Technology identified the top five concerns of small businesses. Read More >

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