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A Letter from our CEO, Jessica Mah: Coronavirus Response
13Mar
A Letter from our CEO, Jessica Mah: Coronavirus Response
At inDinero, the health and well-being of our customers, employees, and communities is our top priority.
4 Steps to Build Business Credit Quickly
4Mar
4 Steps to Build Business Credit Quickly
Just as building personal credit history is crucial for your own finances, building business credit is crucial for your business finances.
Angel Investors + 4 Other Ways To Fund Your Startup
10Jan
Angel Investors + 4 Other Ways To Fund Your Startup
You already know your startup needs funding in order to succeed.
How Should You Budget for Marketing in Your Small Business?
2Dec
How Should You Budget for Marketing in Your Small Business?
“You need to spend money to make money.” Whoever came up with that was probably in marketing, or should have been.
Is a Short-Term Business Loan a Good Idea?
14Oct
Is a Short-Term Business Loan a Good Idea?
Your business needs money as soon as possible. Like, today. Maybe a big order just came in and you don’t have the necessary supplies to fulfill it.
How to Tell If an Investor Is Right for Your Business
30Sep
How to Tell If an Investor Is Right for Your Business
It’s time to bring your business to the next level. Maybe you’ve recently launched and sparked significant interest in the market, or maybe you’ve been building the company for several years and have recently achieved a sustainable pattern of growth and momentum.
When Is the Right Time to Sell Your Business?
20Sep
When Is the Right Time to Sell Your Business?
After spending years building your business, you’ve started to think about a transition.
What Is the Ideal Burn Rate for a Growing Company?
4Sep
What Is the Ideal Burn Rate for a Growing Company?
Is your business bleeding money? Learn how to calculate burn rate and find what the right burn rate is for your company.
GAAP: What It Is and Why Your Investors Expect It
25Jun
GAAP: What It Is and Why Your Investors Expect It
Understand when and why investors expect GAAP accounting for your business to grow to the next stage, secure the funding, or gain new capital.
Due Diligence: What It Is, What to Expect, and How to Make It Out Alive
15Feb
Due Diligence: What It Is, What to Expect, and How to Make It Out Alive
Raising funds for your startup? Understand what due diligence is, what to expect, and how to get through it for smooth sailing during fundraising.
3 Essential SaaS Metrics to Exceed Investor Expectations
21Dec
3 Essential SaaS Metrics to Exceed Investor Expectations
Essential SaaS metrics—like customer lifetime value, customer acquisition cost, and churn rate—help you proactively run your business.
The 8 Essentials of 409A Valuations
17Dec
The 8 Essentials of 409A Valuations
These 8 facts detail what a 409a valuation is and when you need one, as well as how to ensure you get your valuation done properly.
5 Ways Bad Financial Data Can Cost You During Funding
9Nov
5 Ways Bad Financial Data Can Cost You During Funding
Your books are the key to your company’s past, present, and future. Make sure you have the right historical financial data and reporting before fundraising.
Which Financial Professionals Do You Need When Fundraising?
4Oct
Which Financial Professionals Do You Need When Fundraising?
“You have to spend money to make money.” The familiar business adage is perhaps nowhere more true than when it comes to fundraising.
The Role Outsourced Accounting Plays in Growing Your Startup
17Jul
The Role Outsourced Accounting Plays in Growing Your Startup
From everything I’ve learned so far from the businesses we work with, early-stage companies are trying to make a million things happen at once. Most startups we talk to don’t have their operational processes defined right off the bat, so they’re constantly tackling logistical and departmental emergencies all while trying to meet the increasing demands of successful growth.