Enduring the fluctuations of the market can be challenging, even for the most seasoned investors. Indeed, most of us know by now that staying the course is prudent—especially during periods of discomfort. Yet doing so may be easier said than done.
It’s natural to be skeptical about paying for financial advice. Still, there are circumstances that warrant delegating to a professional. Here are six times small business owners may need a financial advisor.
Though seller financing has its advantages, there are potential risks involved. Understanding the pros and cons of seller financing your small business sale can help you determine if it’s the right exit path for you.
Brett shares three financial best practices for small business owners–specifically, entrepreneurs who run a smaller business–to help you run a clean, efficient small business that is legal and well organized.
As your net worth increases, creditors and predators are more likely to go after your assets. Thus, small business owners may want to consider umbrella insurance to protect your personal financial resources.