Paul and Sarah Edwards

How to Learn About Your Competition

Ethical ways to get the goods on your competitors before you start your own business

Marketing to a Niche

How do I get the word out about my business in a very specialized market?

Getting Settled in a New Community

How to make a name for yourself all over again when you move to a new city
Starting a Business

Granting Your Wishes

Award money can help finance your start-up, but be careful in taking its availability for granted.

Charging Sales Tax on Out-of-State Orders

For now, Congress won't ask you to worry about the issue. But the honeymoon might not last forever.

Starting From Scratch

The less you know about your industry, the more prep work you have in your future.
Marketing

Permanent Press

Make your Web site a magnet for news-hungry journalists.
Starting a Business

Keeping It Legal

I've got the knowledge and experience. Do I really need a piece of paper?

Keeping Inventory in Your Home

What to do when your city restricts the use of your home for inventory storage
Marketing

Home Assembly: A Legitimate Business?

As with any business opportunity, proceed with caution.

Should You Inc. or Not?

A brief lesson on the ABCs of LLCs and other legal forms for your new business
Starting a Business

Starting a Part-Time Child-Care Service

The market is there for this type of service--so here's how to find it.

Working With the One You Love

They've found a way to bring their two businesses together. Now how can this husband and wife work the finances?
Growth Strategies

Paper Chase

Transcription services by any other name would smell just as sweet and successful.
Starting a Business

The Pros and Cons of Network Marketing

Is network marketing all it's cracked up to be?