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Tiffany Verbeck

Tiffany Verbeck is a Digital Marketing Copywriter for Nav. She uses the skills she learned from her master’s degree in writing to provide guidance to small businesses trying to navigate the ins-and-outs of financing. Previously, she ran a writing business for three years, and her work has appeared on sites like Business Insider, VaroWorth, and Mission Lane.

Articles by Tiffany Verbeck


How the Expanding Access to Credit for Small Businesses Act Will Improve Your Financing Options

The Small Business Administration (SBA) doesn’t directly give out loans but instead works with certified lenders that offer loans through …


The Definitive Lineup of the Web’s Best Business Calculators

Small business owners and entrepreneurs can use funding for startup costs or to grow their business, but you need to …


What Retail Businesses Can Do About Overseas Product Shipment Delays

Small business owners in the ecommerce and retail industries have been dealing with delayed delivery times since the pandemic began. …


11 Best Payment Gateways of 2022: A Complete Guide

A payment gateway is technology that allows physical and ecommerce businesses to accept payments from customers who use credit cards, …


How To Prepare for and Beat Inflation in Retail in 2022

High inflation as a small business owner — especially in retail — can be a huge source of stress and …


Best Inventory Management Software for Small Business

No small business owner wants to sell and restock their items blindly. Maintaining inventory control is an important aspect of …


Got Student Loans? What Small Business Owners Need to Know

On August 24, President Biden announced two things: Student loan payments are frozen through the end of 2022 and partial …


Funding Your Small Business in 2022

Finding the right small business funding can make all the difference for your business’s success. In 2021, almost 62% of …


The Current State of Small Business Rent Inflation and How Funding Options Can Help

One-third of small businesses couldn’t afford to pay their rent in the last six months. And more than half of …