All posts by: Black Wolf Capital Group

Tax season usually carries a high level of stress and urgency for small business owners. Gathering all the relevant paperwork and considering all possible deductions can be an arduous undertaking.......
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An abundance of motivation propels you forward to business success, while a lack of motivation is discouraging, debilitating, and can be professionally ruinous. Sometimes you may feel that you’ve lost......
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Asset based lending can be a useful way for businesses to secure loans, but it is important to learn about them before applying for one. This article looks at the......
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The concept of ‘going green’ sometimes gets a bad rap, mostly because of messaging mistakes in the past. But far from being some dangerous social experiment to bring back bell......
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Defining Your Business Credit Score¬† In essence, your business credit score is a reflection of the financial health of your company. It’s what most lenders will look at first when......
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Employee turnover is extremely expensive for businesses. Costs include job postings, interviews, training, and equipment setups. Although some industries experience higher rates of employee loss than others, you can turn......
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Countless businesses have benefitted from opportunities afforded by loans through the US Small Business Administration (SBA). This article looks at what you need to know about SBA loans and how......
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Improving customer retention starts with having high employee retention rates.  Why? Because the employees who represent the face of your company are vital to customer satisfaction. Skilled, motivated teams creating......
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Just about every ‘new business how-to’ guide suggests applying for an SBA loan. And for good reason: the Small Business Administration can connect entrepreneurs to various sources of financing to......
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Small businesses were hit extremely hard in the severe economic downturn of 2008, because loan money from banks dried up significantly, and since then it has been much more difficult......
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