Starting a Business
With a little persistence and creativity, you can still find financing.
When costs rise and customers wane, don't let knee-jerk reactions kick you in the wrong direction.
Before you decide to call it quits, consider these tips for getting your business through tough times.
If you have the cash, the market is ripe for dealing, just do your due diligence.
Community banks have plenty of money to lend, but intense scrutiny has raised the bar.
The private investment in public equity market is booming. Hold out for the right terms and your business could be, too.
In tough times, it's more important than ever to squeeze all the profit you can from your business.
Better safe than sorry, right? Here's how to safeguard your business from customers' credit woes.
Don't wait until the last minute to save big on your 2008 taxes. Here's what to watch out for.
With traditional bank loans hard to come by, try these quick fixes to get your business the capital it needs.
Need goods and services but low on cash? Make vendors part owners and share the rewards.
Late-paying customers can put your business in jeopardy. Get organized--and get paid on time.
Don't let extra money slip between the cracks--plan now for next year's tax filing.
Attract top-notch employees with a 401(k) plan that matches your company's success.