Moneying

Small Business Ideas and Help with Money

Moneying articles focus on all aspects related to business finance, including budgeting, bookkeeping, pricing strategy, insurance, and more. Since you presumably went into business to make money, knowing how to manage it effectively will help keep you in business and move you toward the profitability you seek.

How Businesses in the Industrial Sector Can Save on Energy Costs

Larger businesses can often handle heavy overhead costs, but small businesses need be careful about their energy and utilities costs. This is especially true for businesses operating in the industrial sector. Heating, energy, electricity, and other utilities can come with heavy costs, so it is vitally important for business owners to learn how to cut costs wherever they can. … [Read more...]

Top 7 Finance Tips Entrepreneurs and New Business Owners Should Know About

If you’re an entrepreneur or have recently started your own small business, you may be wondering what you need to know to ensure a solid financial foundation for yourself and your company. Strong financial management skills can potentially make all the difference in your business’s success and can help you take advantage of opportunities as they come along without putting too … [Read more...]

Why New Gambling Legislation is Driving Investment in the US

Here in the UK, it’s safe to say that online betting is big business. While the exact figures will vary depending on where you look, typically you’ll find that the online gambling industry generates billions in profit every single year. Because we spend so much time online, and because our smart devices and computers now store so much sensitive and personal information about … [Read more...]

How Forex Indicators Helps Business Entrepreneurs to Flourish

Trading is not a new concept to be aware of, but you might be new to the term Forex, which is short for foreign exchange. Forex is the method of converting one currency into any foreign currency, and, understandably, it has been very popular around the globe since its beginning. Because of this, there are many reasons why one should trade currencies. In this article, we will … [Read more...]

The Scale of Creditor Action

Directors of insolvent businesses may, sadly, be all too aware of the stresses caused by debt and the resulting creditor action. Creditors are within their rights to remind you of an outstanding debt which you owe them. So, understanding the different forms of creditor action will help you deal with them, and hopefully, limit their effects on your business. Nudges and … [Read more...]

Saving Money with a New Business

When you start out with your new business, you may not have a lot of money at your disposal. This can be especially true if you have had to pay a rent or mortgage, pay for licensing fees, or for any insurance. Due to this, you may be wondering how you can legally cut some costs without compromising on any business features. For the novice business owner, lots of questions … [Read more...]

Can You Build Business Credit if You Have Bad Personal Credit?

Dealing with a bad consumer credit score is frustrating, but does it impact your business credit score? While these two numbers may be related by performing similar roles in your personal and business lives, they aren’t linked. Keep scrolling to learn more. What Is Your Business Credit Score? Much like your consumer score, your business credit is a risk assessment tool that … [Read more...]

Visiting Canberra on a Budget

Did you know that you can have a dream holiday in Canberra and still have enough money left to visit the rest of Australia? Here are a few things you should know when you’re on vacation on a budget. Ask the Locals If you’ve never been to Canberra before and don’t know much about the city, don’t be ashamed to ask for advice from the locals. Tourists are encouraged to go to … [Read more...]

Key Steps in Blowing the Whistle on IRS Fraud

There is nothing wrong with any business trying to lawfully maximize their profits by reducing their tax liability. However, when they attempt to pay less tax than they are supposed to, then other taxpayers have to cover the shortfall, leading to a lot of suffering for all taxpayers. This is the reason why the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) created a whistleblower reward … [Read more...]