J.D. Roth is the founder and editor of the personal finance blog
getrichslowly.org and the author of Your Money: The Missing Manual.
Many entrepreneurs struggle to separate the value of their business from their own net worth (and self-worth).
You don't have to get a new degree to expand your knowledge base.
Seven steps to get you through the ordeal.
Start with focusing on these three vacation expenses.
Don't fall into the trap of expending a great deal of energy for a small financial payoff.
Work-life balance is about managing the way you use both.
Consider this list a mental reset button on your financial psyche.
Sometimes debt can give you a financial edge -- but you need to use it wisely.
Mixing business expenses with your personal life can get messy fast.
You don't want your family to fight after you're gone, and you don't want the IRS to claim more than is necessary during the transition. Here are a few basics rules of thumb for creating a succession plan.
You probably didn't launch a business to make less money than you did at your last job. Here's how to answer the tricky question of cutting yourself a paycheck.
A record-high stock market exposes the suckers. Don't be one of them.
Why not apply the money principles you use for business to your personal finances?
Health insurance isn't a nice perk, it's a requirement for anyone choosing to go it alone as an entrepreneur.
Applying the lease-or-buy question to business and pleasure.
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