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Home Business Magazine|Summer 2021
5 Foolproof Money-Saving Tips for Business Owners
Kendra Y. Hill

Running a business is a big financial feat for any new entrepreneur. There is so much information to learn so people tend to cut corners anywhere they can to get their business off the ground. But be patient! It can be really intimidating at first, but with the right plan in place you can get yourself started on the right foot and make a profit before you know it! Here are 5 tips for entrepreneurs to help you save more of the money you make. Let's get into it!

1. Obtain a Business License Early On.

First things first, apply for a business license! A lot of small business owners try to put this off in the beginning, but don’t wait, get it done! This is going to help you so much in the future when it comes to finances. It will help keep your taxes organized as you’ll be filing your business taxes separately from your own. It will also help build a good reputation and trust between yourself and other businesses, and put you in a great spot to apply for business loans you might be interested in to help get your business started.

2. Keep Track of Everything You Spend Towards Your Business.

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