Blog Posts

  • Create a Plan to Finish Your Business Year Strong

    In this article from MyCorporation’s Deborah Sweeney, 4 tips to help you plan the end of your business year.It’s hard to believe we’re nearly done with the year again! As we sail through third quarter, with Q4 right on its heels, you may feel the weight of a very long to-do list. Add the holiday season into the mix, and the pressure is on to get everything wrapped up before January. Read post

  • Humans of Fundbox: Dean Ad

    In our series, Humans of Fundbox, we feature some of the incredible folks within our company and give them space to share their stories. Today, we’re in Tel Aviv, Israel, to meet Dean Ad, Fraud Risk Analyst. Read post

  • Late payments? Consider These 5 Strategies to Win in the Net Terms Economy

    Buy now and pay later—much, much later. Many freelancers and small businesses face this classic scenario daily. Late invoice payments can lead to cash flow constraints, hinder everyday operations, and even affect the expansion and success of your entire business. The good news is, there are some strategies you can use to reduce late payments and protect your business. Read post

  • How to Pay Off Your Business Debt

    It’s incredibly rewarding to start, own, and operate your own business. However, the costs of taking on big projects plus daily operations can quickly add up, leaving you with business debt. Read post

  • Could Your Business Benefit From an R&D Tax Credit?

    Small and medium-sized companies are a significant part of the United States economy, creating two-thirds of net new jobs and driving innovation and competitiveness. Some statistics show that these businesses perform 12 percent of the nation’s total research and development (R&D). Although the number seems relatively small, these companies have demonstrated the ability for significant job creation. Read post

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  • Guide to Small Business Funding

    Making sense of business funding can be tricky, so we put together this in-depth guide to help you make the right choice for your business. Here in this free online guide, you will find a comprehensive review of the pros and cons of the most common small business financing options. Chances are that you already know and may have even considered some of these business funding options. Read post

  • Guide to Business Lines of Credit

    If you own a small business, you probably already know that sometimes you need a little extra cash. Even the most successful small businesses experience slow sales, late invoice payments, urgent unplanned expenses, and other short-term situations where cash flow is uncertain. In situations like these, access to some extra working capital can mean the difference between closing your business or surviving the tough times and coming out on top. Read post

  • Construction Loans & Financing

    The U.S. construction industry faced major declines during the Great Recession, but has been steadily returning. With over 650,000 employers and over 6 million employees, construction in the U.S. is a multi-billion dollar business. If you own a small construction or contracting business, you have probably experienced the excitement and volatility of the last several years firsthand. Read post

  • Guide to Trade Credit

    In an ideal world, businesses would always have the cash on hand they needed to buy raw materials, inventory, and supplies from vendors and settle their accounts immediately. Unfortunately, cash is a luxury for many small businesses. Read post

  • Introduction to SBA Loans

    Most small business owners consider a variety of funding and credit options at one time or another. If you run a small business, you may have already heard about or considered Small Business Administration loans, also known as SBA loans. Read post

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