3 financial resolutions for 2022

Higher interest rates, inflation, continuing issues with COVID-19, and the pandemic’s potential impact on the economy will make 2022 difficult from a financial perspective. However, if you have a game plan, it will seem less daunting, particularly when it comes to your financial picture.

Emerging payment solutions leave cash behind

While it’s true that debit and credit cards will likely be around for some time, it’s clear that technological innovation is introducing other convenient and useful payment methods. Businesses seeking growth would be wise to pay attention to these emerging payment solutions and devise strategies on how to adopt them to best meet the needs and desires of customers.  

Is your business inflation-ready?

As more economic stimulus has been poured into the economy over the last year in an attempt to stave off the worst effects of the pandemic, an increasing number of economic professionals have warned against a coming spike in inflation. Finding ways to creatively cope with a potential loss in the real value of company holdings is something every business should consider.

Is an SBA loan right for your business?

Small Business Administration (SBA) loans are one avenue to assist business owners with growth plans, including business purchases, partner buyouts, business expansions, owner-occupied real estate purchases, construction, renovations, buildouts, refinancing business debt, start-up franchising and working capital needs.