Priyanka Prakash, JD

Senior Contributing Writer

Priyanka Prakash, JD
Experience

Priyanka Prakash is a senior contributing writer at Fundera.

Priyanka specializes in small business finance, credit, law, and insurance, helping businesses owners navigate complicated concepts and decisions. Since earning her law degree from the University of Washington, Priyanka has spent half a decade writing on small business financial and legal concerns. Prior to joining Fundera, Priyanka was managing editor at a small business resource site and in-house counsel at a Y Combinator tech startup.

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Priyanka’s work has been featured in Inc., Fast Company, CNBC, and other top publications. She recently contributed to Home Business Magazine on What Home-Based Businesses Should Know About Business Loans, and to BestTechie on the Legal Risks Startup Owners Should Be Aware Of

Education

Priyanka has a law degree from the University of Washington and a bachelor’s degree from U.C. Berkeley in communications and political science.

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Articles by Priyanka Prakash, JD

How to File LLC Articles of Organization
Debt Service Coverage Ratio: How to Calculate DSCR
Small Business Bankruptcy: What It Is, Types, and How to File
Learn about LLC articles of organization, how and when to file, and what steps you need to take to establish your LLC and maintain it in good standing.
What’s a good Debt Service Coverage Ratio (DSCR) for your business? Find your DSCR with our calculator & improve your score to qualify for the best financing!
Small business bankruptcy is a legal process that occurs when you're unable to repay your debts. Learn about the types of bankruptcies and how to file.
Cost of Debt: What It Is, Calculation, and Examples
What Is a C-Corporation? Everything You Need to Know
What Is an S-Corporation? How Do You Form One?
If you want to know whether to take out a business loan, you need to know your cost of debt. Here we explain how to calculate cost of debt.
A C-corporation is a legal structure where the business formed is owned by shareholders. Learn more about c-corps, how they work, and how to form one.
An S-corporation is an incorporated business that has chosen to be taxed as a pass-through entity. Here, learn how to form an S-corp through the IRS.
How to File LLC Articles of Organization
How to File LLC Articles of Organization
Learn about LLC articles of organization, how and when to file, and what steps you need to take to establish your LLC and maintain it in good standing.
Debt Service Coverage Ratio: How to Calculate DSCR
Debt Service Coverage Ratio: How to Calculate DSCR
What’s a good Debt Service Coverage Ratio (DSCR) for your business? Find your DSCR with our calculator & improve your score to qualify for the best financing!
Small Business Bankruptcy: What It Is, Types, and How to File
Small Business Bankruptcy: What It Is, Types, and How to File
Small business bankruptcy is a legal process that occurs when you're unable to repay your debts. Learn about the types of bankruptcies and how to file.
Cost of Debt: What It Is, Calculation, and Examples
Cost of Debt: What It Is, Calculation, and Examples
If you want to know whether to take out a business loan, you need to know your cost of debt. Here we explain how to calculate cost of debt.
What Is a C-Corporation? Everything You Need to Know
What Is a C-Corporation? Everything You Need to Know
A C-corporation is a legal structure where the business formed is owned by shareholders. Learn more about c-corps, how they work, and how to form one.
What Is an S-Corporation? How Do You Form One?
What Is an S-Corporation? How Do You Form One?
An S-corporation is an incorporated business that has chosen to be taxed as a pass-through entity. Here, learn how to form an S-corp through the IRS.

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