John Tucker

John Tucker has over ten years of professional experience in Commercial Finance and Business Development. Tucker is also an M.B.A. graduate and holder of three bachelor's degrees in Accounting, Business Management, and Journalism. To connect with John Tucker, feel free to send him a connection invite via LinkedIn at: www.linkedin.com/in/johntucker99

Articles by John Tucker

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How Tax Liens & Judgment Liens Work

In Summer of 2017, new reporting standards from the National Consumer Assistance Plan were released in relation to both tax …

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What You Need to Know About Filing for Bankruptcy

Sometimes filing bankruptcy may be your best option due to inefficient debt management or other legal bills that could have …

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What You Need to Know About Merchant Processing Discount & Surcharge Programs

With the rise of the internet, many merchants have gained more insights into the workings of the merchant processing industry …

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The Inspirational Story of the Brothers Who Created Arby’s

During the 1960s and ’70s, there was massive hype over the expansion of quick serve restaurants McDonalds (due to Ray …

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Purchasing Vs. Leasing Cars: Which Is Better for Your Business?

The tax code provides many advantages to business owners, allowing them to deduct many more line items compared to non-business …

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Is PayPal Credit Right for You?

From launch in 1998 by one of America’s most notable investors, Peter Thiel, to going public in 2002, PayPal quickly established …

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How Opening Multiple Credit Cards at Once Can Affect Your Business Credit Scores

As a dedicated member of the NAV universe, you already know there are two credit reports that small business owners …

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Is Social Security an Asset?

Back in July 2016, I wrote an article in relation to the concept of “Financial Freedom,” which is the process of …

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5 Cash Management Solutions for Small Business Owners

According to The Federal Reserve, there’s more cash in circulation today than ever before, with nearly $1.56 trillion as of …