Tag Archives: Small Business

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 »

Business Implications of The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

H.R.1, aka the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, passed, and it means some sweeping changes for businesses. Now I’m not going to comment on the other aspects of the bill, like Health Care, bracket changes for individuals, how much it means to a family of four, and similar. You can find strong opinions on that everywhere online, with… Read More »

Why December is a Great Time to Finance Equipment

Here we are, in December. I wrote a “when is the best time of year to finance equipment” for every month, and looking back, it interests me to see that yes, every month has merit, and the reasons change. And for a lot of companies, December is the best equipment financing month. Here’s why. Section 179 is really… Read More »

Halfway Home!

We’re six months into 2017, so let’s take a look at the year so far and comment on a few things. If you read here, you know I loath to get political, so I’ll refrain from any straight politics and policies. But I have to say that the small business community continues to be enthused at the general… Read More »

So, just how big is a “small” business?

Ok, in my last few posts, I talked about how equipment financing companies tend to advertise their “biggest” name clients, but in reality, most of their customers are fairly small businesses. But that begs the question – just how big is a small business? What size business is it? Is it two people, ten people, 100 people? Or… Read More »