Money Management

Selecting a Lender for Your Maryland Commercial Construction Project

March 19, 2015

Selecting a lender to finance your Maryland commercial construction project doesn’t have to be daunting. As long as you carefully research several banks, considering services offered and areas of expertise, you’ll find the one that best fits your needs and goals. Here’s what to look for: Local Banks Local banks are the best option for […]

Maryland Business Tax Credits and Incentives for the 2015 Filing Season

It’s tax season in Maryland! Here’s what you need to know about Maryland business tax credits and incentives for the 2015 filing season. Who Must File All corporations and associations with income allocable to the State of Maryland are required to file an income tax return with the state on Form 500. The corporate tax […]

Cash Flow Management Techniques – Manage a Crisis

October 8, 2014

If there’s one thing that can derail a business, it is not using  the correct cash flow management techniques during a crisis. In fact, not effectively managing cash flow is one of the main reasons that almost two thirds of small businesses end up closing their doors within two years (even if they’re recording a […]

How to Setup Maryland Merchant Credit Card Processing

September 8, 2014

Setting up Maryland merchant credit card processing can be a major source of growth for many businesses.  In fact, it may soon be the only acceptable way to take payment. In 2011, according to a study conducted by Javelin Strategy & Research only 27% of transactions in the US were conducted with cash. By 2017, that […]

How To Use A Money Market Account For Your Small Business

March 4, 2014

Advantages of Money Market Account for Small Business Money market accounts have grown in vogue for personal savings, often replacing savings accounts as the place where savvy customers park their money. This isn’t terribly surprising, since money market accounts often carry significantly higher interest rates than savings accounts, while keeping risk very low. But while […]

Business Bank Account Requirements: What You Should Know

September 17, 2013

Opening a business bank account is an integral part of running your business, whether you’re a solo practitioner, entrepreneur or have a full employee roster. The importance of keeping your business funds separate from your personal finances can’t be overstated, and setting up a business bank account early in the life of your company can […]

How to Compare Small Business Bank Accounts to Find the Right One for You

September 14, 2013

Before any business opens a small business bank account, it’s important to do a little comparison shopping. There’s a wide variety of small business banking options and each comes with their own set of pros and cons. So how do you go about comparing small business bank accounts? Take a look at these important considerations […]

5 Steps You Need to Take When Starting a Business Bank Account

September 13, 2013

One of the first things you’ll need to tackle after starting a new small business is setting up a business bank account. There’s a lot of different types of accounts available to small business owners, so the longest part of the process will likely be figuring out what type of account will work best for […]

A Guide for Quick and Easy Business Bank Account Setup

September 12, 2013

Starting a new business venture can be fraught with difficulties, complications, and red tape. One aspect of getting a new business off the ground that shouldn’t be complicated, though, is opening a business bank account. In fact, opening a business bank account should be one of the simplest steps on the road to running a […]

How Online Commercial Banking Can Boost Your Business Productivity

September 11, 2013

Business owners, especially small business owners, often have to wear many hats. Not only do they plan, execute, and evaluate their core business functions, they often have to handle large segments of back-office work as well. For many business owners, these non-revenue functions are essential, but take away time that can be better used generating […]