Madison Taylor

Business Financing Expert | Brand Ambassador | ROK Financial
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Madison Taylor is the Brand Ambassador at ROK Financial. She is responsible for raising brand awareness and business relationships with business owners across the country. Madison loves that she plays a small role in getting Business Back To Business Through Simple Business Financing and looks forward to hearing what you think about the blogs she creates! Madison has been working in the financial space for six years, and loves it! When she is not at work, you will find her at home learning a new recipe to test out on her family or going on new adventures with her friends.

Articles Written By Madison Taylor

The funeral business is just one part of the overall death care industry. As an industry, death care includes funeral homes, coffins, burial lots, and memorial-related products. Many funeral homes handle traditional burials and cremations. The latter consists of selling urns and potential internment space, among other more conventional funeral services. This article discusses funeral...
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Everyone will have medical bills at one time or another. Whether your customers use credit or debit cards, your office needs the best processing service for several reasons.  Whether it’s a one time or recurring payment, the information needs to be safe and secure, as does the equipment used for point of sale. There’s even...
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Congratulations if you’re about to launch your new small business. Small businesses contribute significantly to a vibrant and healthy economy. Statistics show that small businesses owners create 62% of jobs and overall employ 47.5% of Americans. However, the trick is how you finance your new business.  Navigating the various financial lending options can be complicated. But...
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In May 2021, lumber prices reached an all-time high. While this sharp increase had an impact across many different industries, forestry and lumber businesses were particularly affected. You may be wondering: what exactly is going on with the price of lumber? Why are lumber prices so high? When will lumber prices go down? When will...
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Are you looking to start a funeral business? If so, do you have the capital to start a new small business in this economic climate? If you’re struggling to get the funds to begin the process of establishing your funeral home, then you may qualify for funeral home business loans.  Our guide below will explain...
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According to the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, approximately 70% of small businesses make it to the end of the second year, and the number drops up to 50% at the end of the fifth year. This decline is mainly linked to financial problems. As a small business owner, you may lack enough funds to...
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No matter the kind of business you operate, you have to deal with customer service in one way or another. And while most people think it’s all about answering customer questions, which is true, it can be challenging.  It involves dealing with all sorts of people and meeting their expectations. Therefore, to provide a professional...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has been devastating for the United States economy. No one has been hit harder than small business owners. More than 100,000 small businesses have permanently shut down as a result of the pandemic. Among these are restaurants, food production, farms, construction, and more.  The good news is that independent contractors in the...
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You may think that all the rising costs of groceries, and just about everything these days, is primarily a hit on consumer pockets. The truth is that the shortage affects trading companies, retail businesses, and retail buyers, but the cost hikes start with the manufacturers.  Manufacturers are forced to eat these costs for their business....
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If 2021 has taught us one thing, it’s that there is no such thing as security. As the global pandemic ripped every sense of normalcy from us, we came to realize that there truly is no safety blanket to grasp on. With the massive changes made to our work life, job losses, layoffs, and unemployment,...
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