Category Archives: Small Business

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Bank Restrictions Jail

I’m not really a salesperson at heart, but whenever I talk with a small business owner, I’m probably going to bring up equipment financing. Not so much because I want to bring another client on board (but that never hurts), but more because I truly believe in it. Equipment financing / equipment leasing are far and away the… Read More »

Improve Your Company in Different Ways

I’ve recently written about the strong small business economy, and improving your company. But I realized my thinking was somewhat limited in what I was suggesting. For example, I was discussing adding machines, trucks, etc., and combining such with equipment financing and Section 179. Now, while those are perfectly good ways to improve your business, a strong economy,… Read More »

The Perfect Time to Improve Your Business

In my last post, I reported that small business optimism is at an all-time high. And now I want to discuss a point that all businesses should take into consideration during this excellent wave of optimism and confidence. It’s pretty obvious, but it’s always worth repeating:  it’s time to improve your company. Experts will suggest that any time… Read More »

Optimism Rules!

I subscribe to several business-related newsletters and e-zines. There’s nothing like timely business and financial news hitting your inbox every day. My wife thinks it’s boring, but then again, she spends hours looking at pictures of food on Pinterest. I try to tell her that mine is more interesting, because money buys food, but she counters with “you… Read More »

Using Section 179 to Sell More – Part 3

One more post about using Section 179 to sell more. You can read part one here, and part two here. These strategies are a little more advanced than what I talked about earlier (which boiled down to more or less “talk about it more / get it on your website and marketing collateral”). The following three strategies are… Read More »