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Time to Reopen Your Small Business?

More and more communities are looking to the near future when businesses may open back up again. If your business was forced to shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, you may be wondering what to do next. Now is the time to think things through and put a formal plan together. Health Policies You’ll

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The Financial Realities of Starting Your Own Business

Ready to take the leap from working for someone else to starting your own business? We have a rundown of some of the financial realities you’ll need to consider before diving in. Start with a Business PlanIf you don’t already have a business plan, you’ll need one before you start your business. A business plan

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Credit Unions and Small Businesses: A Perfect Partnership

Credit unions are not-for-profit, community-based, member-owned financial institutions that are uniquely positioned to help America’s more than 27 million small businesses. They return yearly profits to their members in the form of lower interest rates on loans, lower fees on accounts, and better interest on savings accounts—including business accounts and loans. They also offer smaller

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ATMs Will Be Down Beginning August 13

  As of August 13, the WWFCU ATMs outside of our branch will be down for about two weeks. We know how much our members depend upon the convenience of these ATMs, and we apologize for the disruption. But we know you’ll love our new ATMs!   During the renovation, there are a couple of

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Can Small Businesses Afford Not to Accept Credit Cards?

It’s probably no surprise that two thirds of shoppers prefer to use credit cards over cash on a day-to-day basis. For consumers, there are usually secondary benefits to using a credit card—they get airline miles or cash back—and there is often less risk in using credit cards—if cash is stolen, it’s gone for good, but

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Seller Disclosure Report Can Be Red Flag

Buying a home can be compared to falling in love. First start dating and you overlook some critical flaws. Some that flaws that could slowly crack away at your relationship in the future, causing heartbreak and be quite costly. Pay a lot of attention to all details of the Seller Disclosure Report, be careful not to overlook some major red flags during the process,

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Smart Tips For Starting A New Business

The many details involved in getting a new business off the ground could scare off even the most committed and motivated entrepreneurs. If you’re thinking about starting a new business, the Michigan Association of CPAs provides the following list to help you begin the process. Stick to what you know and love. Successful businesses don’t

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What to Know about Home Office Deductions

With technology making it easier than ever for people to operate a business out of their house, many taxpayers may be able to take a home office deduction when filing their 2013 federal tax return next year.

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