Eileen P. Gunn
Eileen P. Gunn is a freelance writer in New York.
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These five tips can help you minimize the stress of IRS scrutiny should your return raise a red flag.
When QuickBooks takes you only so far, it's time to bring in a financial pro.
Loans from Friends and Family
Sure, securing seed money for your startup is important, but so is preserving the relationships of those closest to you. Here's how to do both.
Payments & Collections
Tired of high credit-card processing fees? Here are three ways to save when accepting payments.
If you want to impress investors, you can pick up some pointers from the participants in this hot business-accelerator program.
Selling Your Biz
HARO founder Peter Shankman shares insight from the sale of his business.
Adopting some good habits can help stave off costly errors when it comes to recordkeeping.
How a small Pittsburgh company uses presales to source expansion capital.
Some deductions may be worth a second look. Then there are those you want to be extra careful about.
It's easy to go wrong when mapping out financials for a new venture. Here's how to avoid some typical potholes.
Your investor-entrepreneur relationship is important. After all, you may be living with it every day for years to come.
A slew of new breaks are now available on common expenses for some growing companies.
How to show financial backers that your business has what it takes to succeed.
Your Business Plan
These programs can provide you with the tools you'll need before seeking out investors for your startup.
Your Business Plan
An aspiring business owner gets a crash course in the essentials for running a company.
How to best use that sudden stash of cash to become your own boss.
How crowdfunding financed a startup to help filmmakers flourish.
How your startup could benefit from these funding sources in the coming year.
A business coach shares tips and strategies on financing your startup.
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