4 Resources to Increase Your Financial Savvy

Back-to-school season is officially here, and students of every age are preparing to continue their education with another year of schooling. What’s stopping you from brushing up on your own financial knowledge? Now is the perfect time for small business owners to take advantage of resources that can further your financial savvy and help your business succeed. Take a look at these four websites to get started:

The Ohio Small Business Development Center: The Ohio Small Business Development Center at Columbus State Community College is a partnership with the U.S. Small Business Administration, along with other local organizations, that provides a wide range of services to entrepreneurs and small business owners at all levels of business. Whether you’re just starting out, looking to grow, or thinking about retirement, the organization has resources to help you succeed.

Derrick Bailey
Derrick Bailey

The IRS Small Business Tax Center: Unless you’re a CPA, taxes tend to be one of the most stressful and confusing aspects of owning a small business. The IRS Small Business Tax Center is an excellent resource, answering both your most basic questions and complicated tax issues.

Business Owner’s Toolkit: The Business Owner’s Toolkit from BizFilings has more than 3,000 pages of useful templates, tips and advice to help you run your small business, all of which are free to download. From tips for writing and implementing a business plan to cash flow budget worksheets, this website’s easy-to-use toolkit has an abundance of helpful resources.

Telhio’s Business Resources: Looking for more information to help your business thrive? Telhio has put together a variety of articles that focus on ways you can grow and manage your small business. Topics include how small businesses can make mobile technology work for them, planning for strategic growth, and tips for keeping your personal and business credit separated.

Telhio Credit Union is here to help with all of your small business needs, striving to be your financial partner every step of the way. Contact our business services representatives today at 614-221-3233, option 6 to learn more about our business services.

Telhio is open to anyone who lives, works, worships or goes to school in Franklin, Fairfield, Delaware, Licking, Marion, Pickaway and Union counties. Founded in 1934, originally as the credit union for the Columbus Telephone Co., Telhio is a not-for-profit financial cooperative where its members are also its owners. Driven by its philosophy that members come first, Telhio is committed to the highest standards of responsibility and conduct. Telhio offers – branching offices throughout central Ohio and nearly 4,000 shared branching locations nationwide. Additionally, Telhio credit union participates in the highest level of combined federal and private share savings insurance available, insuring deposit accounts up to $500,000.*
* Federally insured by NCUA. Additional coverage up to $250,000 provided by Excess Share Insurance Corporation, a licensed insurance company.