A balance sheet is one of the three primary financial statements used to monitor the health of your business, along with your cash flow statement and the income statement. Think of it as a snapshot of your company’s financial position — what you own and what you owe — at a singular point in time, like at the end of a month, quarter or year.
When starting a corporation, you must decide whether to authorize and issue stock to your shareholders. Many entrepreneurs are surprised to discover there is more than one type of stock and that different stock classes come with their own unique benefits and disadvantages.
In this webinar, Brock Blake, CEO of Lendio, looks at the business funding trends over the past 20 years and how banks have changed their small business financing strategies. Read more
Small business owners who watch this SCORE webinar will get valuable advice to navigate the oft times confusing and sometimes deceiving world of securing funding for their companie Read more
Before you start contacting local angel investors, you should understand what they look for, so you make sure you are approaching the right angel groups and providing them with the information they need to make a “go” investment decision in your small business.