Cash Flow & Money Management
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Income on the books but no cash in the bank? Here's how to avoid a cash crunch.
Obamacare may actually improve small-business owners' bottom lines. Here are four factors to consider when signing up.
Understanding how bankers work with small-business owners will help you make the most of your relationship.
Trusting someone to sell your business is no small matter. Here are three ways to make sure you're hiring the best person for the job.
Don't let bookkeeping duties slide because they are a crucial part of running your business smoothly. Here are five ways to manage your books without draining your time.
From getting a website domain to creating a business roadmap out of sticky notes, here is an infographic detailing what you can do to get your business off the ground on a shoestring.
Shane Snow, co-founder of Contently, recounts how he spent every last dollar of his savings in order to create a platform to connect freelancers with brands.
A look at how to treat your employees well, use language to address problems, make valuable hires and more advice for business owners.
The U.S. Federal Reserve says it will appeal an earlier decision from the U.S. District Court that challenged the swipe-fee regulations set by the central bank.
Some businesses use Intuit's popular software through every stage of growth, but it does have some drawbacks. As your business grows you may encounter these limitations.
No one likes dealing with financial stuff but the president of financial service company Consero Global Bill Klein provides us the skinny on the importance of investing in your startup's financial data.
Knowing your break-even point and how to get there will help get your business on the right foot.
Nearly half of entrepreneurs experience fraud at some point in their business's life. Here are four common types of fraud to watch out for and how to avoid them.
While some lawmakers are quick to join in the chorus of complaints about 'Big Oil', it's companies like Exxon that send the bags of cash to Washington for Congress to squander, writes Ray Hennessey.
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