B2B Business Disputes: What Are Your Rights And Options?

Problems are common between businesses, their customers, suppliers, and employees. They can turn into a dispute if not dealt with clearly and intelligibly. When making a complaint, there are steps

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Unsecured and Secured Creditors: What Are The Differences?

Who’s a creditor? If a company owes you money, you are a creditor of that company. An employee is a creditor if owed money for unpaid wages and other entitlements.

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Review Management: What Is It?

Reviews have become an important factor in a consumer’s purchasing decision, with 90% of them reading online reviews before visiting a business. Businesses need to value customer reviews to help

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Debt To Equity Ratio: What Is It And What Are The Guidelines?

The debt to equity (D/E) ratio is a metric used in evaluating a company’s financial leverage. ​The ratio mirrors the ability of shareholder equity to cover all outstanding debts if

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About To Do Business With Another Business? Here Are 5 Things To Check First

Are you about to do business with other businesses, but you’re not sure how to go about it? Here are 5 things to check before getting started. 1. Business structure

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New Employee Checklist: How To Make Them Feel Welcome

New hires are an asset of any company in achieving its business goals. As with new employees, making a good first impression is important for employers when welcoming them on

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Differences Between A Line Of Credit And A Loan

It can be confusing to decide between lines of credit or loans given the financing options available in the market. What’s the difference between the two? Each has its benefits

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How To Handle Negative Reviews

Most customers consider business reviews as credible. The way you handle these negative reviews can encourage the opposite and improve or destroy your standing with customers. Although very negative reviews

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Lending Criteria For Sole Traders

What is a sole trader? A sole trader owns and controls all aspects of a business himself. He’s responsible for all executive decisions, including (but not limited to) the administration

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Sole Trader Versus Sole Director: What Are The Differences & Benefits Of Each?

Naturally, you want to be your own boss and take control of your business. After the initial flight, you’ll ask which role is better in starting a business? A sole

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