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How to Get a Small Business Loan Even if you Have Bad Credit

It’s no secret that finding small business financing can be an arduous process. And beyond everything else you hear you need in order to qualify for a loan, there always seems to be that one non-negotiable: a good credit score. While having good credit certainly makes it easier to qualify for a small business loan, Read more >

Small Business Outsourcing

You Don’t Need to Grow It Alone As your business grows, you may find yourself working harder than ever. While that’s a good sign for your business, it might mean you could benefit by outsourcing key tasks. Hiring out the right jobs to others on an as-needed basis can help you conserve the lifeblood of Read more >

Succeeding as an Employer Fuels Business Success

Even in the best of job markets, when your staff is small every person you add can have an oversized impact on your budget, your firm’s culture, and its productivity. So, as you grow, what can you do to attract and hire the right employees and retain those you may already have? The short answer Read more >

DATA SECURITY: 7 WAYS TO SAFEGUARD YOUR CUSTOMERS

It may not seem like the data your small business accumulates would be sufficient to draw the attention of cyber criminals. But, data hacking is a growing concern for businesses of all sizes. In fact, half of all U.S. small businesses were targeted by phishing attacks in 2016, according to one industry survey. Taking that Read more >

Tax Reform: How It May Impact Your Business

Typically, the first few months of the year are the perfect time to gather financial statements and receipts to prepare for tax season, and to prepare for the year ahead. However, with the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) in late December, many business owners—big and small—may find themselves caught off guard. Read more >

Equally Important: Personal and Business Finances

Success as a small business owner comes from treating your business like the bigger business you want it to become. That means making it clear to potential customers, vendors, bankers and especially the IRS that you are a businessperson who has turned your dream of owning a company into reality. This difference in how you Read more >

Who is the NFCC?

We are the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC). Founded in 1951, the NFCC is the nation’s first and largest nonprofit dedicated to improving people’s financial well-being.

NFCC members help millions of consumers like you through community-based offices serving all 50 states and Puerto Rico. Each NFCC member agency has earned our seal by adhering to high standards and ethical practices designed to help you achieve financial stability.

For more on the NFCC, visit www.NFCC.org

THANK YOU TO OUR EXCLUSIVE SUPPORTERS

Thank you to TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank® and The TD Charitable Foundation, the charitable giving arm of TD Bank, for their exclusive support and commitment to NFCC’s small business owner financial coaching and education program.