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Dollars & Sense

How to Navigate a Cash-Flow Crunch

By Sean M. Lyden - Staff Writer
Posted May 7th 2018 10:14AM
A family member passes away unexpectedly. Your partner gets sick or injured. Your truck breaks down. When there’s an emergency, what’s your next move? The time to think about that is now—before something happens. That’s because when you’re in the moment, you’re emotionally distraught, unable to think clearly and act decisively. What should you think about as you put together your emergency plan—to minimize the impact that crisis could have on your business? Her...
  • Keeping Good Records to Keep More Money in Your Pocket

    By Sean M. Lyden - Staff Writer
    Posted Aug 26th 2019 9:00AM
    How you keep and organize your business receipts can make a significant impact on how much profit you get to keep after ...
  • 4 Mistakes to Avoid with Your Credit

    By Sean M. Lyden
    Posted Aug 19th 2019 9:00AM
    Knowledge is power. And when it comes to your credit report, knowledge is buying power. That’s because your credit sco...
  • Risky Business: 4 Insurance Mistakes Owner-Operators Should Avoid

    By Sean M. Lyden - Staff Writer
    Posted Sep 17th 2018 9:00AM
    When you got into the expedited trucking business, you had visions of all the exciting possibilities if things went acc...
  • How to Strengthen Your Credit to Buy Your First Truck

    By Sean M. Lyden - Staff Writer
    Posted Aug 13th 2018 11:03AM
    Your credit score not only impacts whether or not you get approved for financing to buy your first truck but also sever...
  • What’s Your Emergency Plan?

    By Sean M. Lyden - Staff Writer
    Posted May 7th 2018 10:14AM
    A family member passes away unexpectedly. Your partner gets sick or injured. Your truck breaks down. When there’s an ...