It is so easy for people to pull out a credit card and swipe it when they want to buy, rent or book something; sometimes without ever considering the cost. And it’s nearly impossible to make a purchase online without one. We live in a society where credit matters, that many establishments disfavor accepting an all-cash transaction without at least having a credit card on file. Take airlines, car rental places and some hotels for example. Small and mid-size businesses encounter many of these same instances and more, where they need access to credit with suppliers to stock inventory in stores or warehouses, purchase materials for remodels, and ongoing business expenses. So it’s worth getting down to the nitty-gritty of business credit so that you can empower your business to achieve greater results.
Most people think that to retire early means retiring at a younger age than 65, the age set by the Social Security Administration. Some go as far as thinking of retiring as early as 30 years old. Why would anyone want to retire so young? You don’t have to retire early, but you should retire rich.
By Janine H.
An alarming number of, somewhere around 75 million, baby boomers are entering into their retirement years and unfortunately don’t have the financial means to support themselves throughout the rest of their lives. Many did not take retirement into consideration when planning and “doing” their life by not saving for it. A good majority had their faith in pension plans until companies they worked for went under. Regardless, you can retire rich.
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There are a lot of business owners who want to accelerate the growth of their business, but it’s usually dependent upon having a little bit more ready money. With this, they would be able to advertise more, replace old or buy new equipment, increase their inventory in order to sell more items, etc.