Cash Flow & Money Management
Adopting some good habits can help stave off costly errors when it comes to recordkeeping.
Owners are finally coming out of survival mode and moving into growth mode. Here are a few suggestions for how to grow without taking on added risks.
For new business owners, getting cash flowing into the business should be priority No. 1. Here are ideas for getting started.
Tim Berry, founder of Palo Alto Software Inc., on the best way to set up an effective cash-management system.
Business owners reveal the expenditures that paid off -- big-time.
Those offices you're paying for and not using can bring in some extra cash. But being a landlord can be tricky business.
The financial times, they are a'changing. Keep up or get out, old-timer.
Consider these five business goals as you embark on a new year.
What you need to know about the charges behind 401(k) plans to keep your employees happy.
Managing financial issues can take a toll on owners. Know when to turn to a pro.
Rates for business credit cards are still high. Here are ways to knock them down.
When it comes to credit card offers, you need to know a few things before accepting.
The mattress might have worked for grandpa, but better options exist for parking relatively liquid and easy-to-access funds.
An unmanageable load of personal debt can create a long-term nightmare. Here's a look at some smart methods for getting out from under it.
Stop avoiding your numbers--there's nothing to be afraid of and everything to gain.
Find out how this old-school alternative to traditional banks could be the answer to your credit-crunch blues.
Whether it's a home-based biz or an office high-rise, plugging energy leaks can bring measurable savings.
6 tips to earn the right to charge your customers top dollar
Don't let tax season catch you off guard.
Women often overlook the need to protect their assets--whether business or personal. That's a big mistake.
Watch for hidden (or, at least, sneaky) charges on your phone, cable and utility bills.
If it is, forget the Credit Card Act--you're as vulnerable as ever to sky-high rates, erratic billing and unexpected fees.
A recent tax code addition will mean increased paperwork for small businesses.
Here are 5 ways to reduce your vulnerability during the credit crunch.
Don't let fear and desperation make your financial decisions for you.
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