Money

At SXSW, A Startup for Startups
Financing

At SXSW, A Startup for Startups

For small businesses, landing funding has rarely been more difficult. Here's how one company is aiming to make it easier.
Will New SBA Programs Get Banks Lending?
Financing

Will New SBA Programs Get Banks Lending?

The SBA's backing of small business loans, which helped keep money flowing to some lucky owners, is getting a makeover.
More Boom Times for Venture Capital?
Financing

More Boom Times for Venture Capital?

Venture capital dollars have been largely scarce since the downturn set in. But these days, that tide appears to be turning.
What to Look for When Hiring an Accountant
Tax Center

What to Look for When Hiring an Accountant

How to find a tax pro who will find the maximum savings for your business.
10 Business Investments to Make Now
Cash Flow & Money Management

10 Business Investments to Make Now

Business owners reveal the expenditures that paid off -- big-time.
Watch Where You're Swiping That Credit Card
Money

Watch Where You're Swiping That Credit Card

Being able to accept credit cards on the go has been a boon for businesses, but one payment processor says it can be risky.
Which Do You Value More: Money or Time?
Work/Life Balance

Which Do You Value More: Money or Time?

Through the downturn, business owners have been in overdrive to keep their companies afloat. Some now value time over money.
Seven Bookkeeping Tips to Save Time and Money
Tax Center

Seven Bookkeeping Tips to Save Time and Money

Inputting checks, managing bank accounts and creating reports don't have to be an intimidating process.
How to Approach Lenders Now
Bank Loans and Microloans

How to Approach Lenders Now

Borrowers should be prepared to talk about how they steered through the downturn.
In Funding a Business, Your Home is Personal
Marketing

In Funding a Business, Your Home is Personal

With still tight credit conditions, taking out a home equity loan can be tempting. But it's a mistake.
Don't Let the IRS Reclassify Your Business as a Hobby
Tax Center

Don't Let the IRS Reclassify Your Business as a Hobby

Years of losses can leave some owners with nothing more than a hobby. Here's how to turn your fun venture into an enterprise.
How to Be Smart About Business Credit Cards
Payments & Collections

How to Be Smart About Business Credit Cards

How to use credit cards to their fullest advantage--without getting buried in interest and debt
Cash Flow & Money Management

Four Tips for Subleasing Office Space

Those offices you're paying for and not using can bring in some extra cash. But being a landlord can be tricky business.
How to Check a Customer's Credit Worthiness
Payments & Collections

How to Check a Customer's Credit Worthiness

Know the risks and what to ask before extending credit to your customers.
A Champion of Entrepreneurs Shares Her Financing Strategy
Angel Investors

A Champion of Entrepreneurs Shares Her Financing Strategy

To expand its community and grow at a more patient pace, Daily Grommet decides to steer clear of VC firms--for now
Y Combinator's Paul Graham on Why Some Companies Get His Cash and Others Don't
Venture Capital

Y Combinator's Paul Graham on Why Some Companies Get His Cash and Others Don't

Paul Graham spills: Why some companies get his cash and others don't
SBA and Government Funding

The Myth of Government Grants

Many government grants are available for small businesses, but research carefully.
Four Rules for Business Credit
Bank Loans and Microloans

Four Rules for Business Credit

Consider these tips for rebuilding your financial track record.
How to Get Money to Make Money
Financing

How to Get Money to Make Money

Launching a business can be next to impossible without cash to work with. Here are four funding options fit for a startup.
Five Tax Write-Offs You Might Not Know About
Tax Center

Five Tax Write-Offs You Might Not Know About

A slew of new breaks are now available on common expenses for some growing companies.
How to Make Debt Work for Your Business
Budget and Debt Management

How to Make Debt Work for Your Business

Used wisely, debt can be a good addition to your books.
Six Ways to Save Credit-Card Headaches
Accepting Payments

Six Ways to Save Credit-Card Headaches

Use these tips to avoid getting burned by credit-card processors.
The Five Things You Must Do Before Approaching Any Investor
Financing

The Five Things You Must Do Before Approaching Any Investor

How to show financial backers that your business has what it takes to succeed.
A Smarter Way to Buy and Sell Tickets Gets Venture Capital Funding
Venture Capital

A Smarter Way to Buy and Sell Tickets Gets Venture Capital Funding

SeatGeek's engine for predicting ticket pricing in the secondary market attracts a $1 million VC infusion.
Four New Ways to Make the Most of Working Capital
Cash Flow & Money Management

Four New Ways to Make the Most of Working Capital

The financial times, they are a'changing. Keep up or get out, old-timer.
Should You Raise Money from Small Investors?
Loans from Friends and Family

Should You Raise Money from Small Investors?

Should you raise money for your company a little bit at a time?
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