Best credit cards to start a business

Here’s the thing about business credit cards: neither the age of your business nor its credit standing plays much of a role. It’s your own personal credit standing that really matters.
Having a long 0% APR rate could be an ideal fit for a startup that might need some time to ramp up and generate cash flow. A cash back business credit card could help a small business that has large expenditures early on in their development.

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How do you hire a good sales team?

Startup sales is tough. Nothing about it is easy. If you focus on the right things and hire the right people at the right time, you’re going to be able to see your startup go from sales exploration to sales execution and ultimately sales scale.

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How much should a small business budget for marketing?

The U.S. Small Business Administration recommends spending 7 to 8 percent of your gross revenue for marketing and advertising if you’re doing less than $5 million a year in sales. If you’ve been in business between 12 -18 months, use 5% of your gross revenue and build up as your revenue scales.

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How do you fire an employee nicely?

Firing an employee–looking someone straight in the eye and telling them they no longer have a source of income–is one of the toughest things you’ll ever have to do as a business owner. Be sure you’ve spoken with an employment law attorney first and have agreed on the process you should use before terminating anyone’s employment.

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2020 will be the year of neo-banks

While payment and lending fintechs have traditionally dominated the landscape for fintechs in India, the advent of ‘neo-banks’ has been the latest big development in the fintech landscape. These ‘neo-banks’ are unbundling digital or mobile-only financial products and services that are easy to access, more affordable, and suited for unique customer needs.

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eOption Review 2020: Pros, Cons and How It Compares

The bottom line: A low $0.10 contract fee for options trades makes eOption ideal for high-volume, active options traders. But keep in mind that this product is designed for active options traders, so its offerings may disappoint long-term investors or active stock traders.

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How To Start an Online Boutique

You gotta remember starting a boutique is a marathon, not a sprint. So even if this seems like a lot, take one step at a time. You’ll need to:
1. Create a business plan
2. Choose a domain name
3. Create a website
4. Set up online payments
5. Source your inventory
6. Register your business

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GuruFocus Review 2020: Is it worth it?

GuruFocus is an online financial news and research platform that focuses on what the stock market’s insiders are investing in. But it’s focused on supporting day traders and professional investors, so casual investors beware.

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