Money

Five Bookkeeping Tips for Business Owners
Accounting Basics

Five Bookkeeping Tips for Business Owners

Adopting some good habits can help stave off costly errors when it comes to recordkeeping.
Raising Cash from Customers to Fund Growth
Self-Financing

Raising Cash from Customers to Fund Growth

How a small Pittsburgh company uses presales to source expansion capital.
How to Grow Your Business in Risky Times
Managing Cash Flow

How to Grow Your Business in Risky Times

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.
Five Ways to Keep Cash Flow Pumping
Managing Cash Flow

Five Ways to Keep Cash Flow Pumping

For new business owners, getting cash flowing into the business should be priority No. 1. Here are ideas for getting started.
75 Items You May Be Able to Deduct from Your Taxes
Tax Center

75 Items You May Be Able to Deduct from Your Taxes

You might save a bundle if you carefully consider your business expenses for possible deductions for taxes.
The Hidden Small-Business Credit Crisis: Fear of Applying
Financing

The Hidden Small-Business Credit Crisis: Fear of Applying

A new study finally answers the question: How many entrepreneurs were afraid to even apply for a loan during the recession?
Five Rules for Writing Off Meals and Entertainment Costs
Tax Center

Five Rules for Writing Off Meals and Entertainment Costs

There's a fine line between business and pleasure when you're talking entertainment expenses. Learn what you can and can't deduct.
Six Small-Business Tax Breaks for 2010
Tax Center

Six Small-Business Tax Breaks for 2010

Tax time is fast approaching, here are some credits that promise amp up your returns.
Think You Can Save Big by Incorporating in Nevada or Delaware? Think Again
Tax Center

Think You Can Save Big by Incorporating in Nevada or Delaware? Think Again

Before you pay for an out-of-state registration for your business, consider the pitfalls.
Don't Let These Tax Write-Offs Trip You Up
Tax Center

Don't Let These Tax Write-Offs Trip You Up

Some deductions may be worth a second look. Then there are those you want to be extra careful about.
Three Common Small-Business Tax Mistakes
Tax Center

Three Common Small-Business Tax Mistakes

Failing to track expenses and take certain deductions can cost your business money.
How Can I Manage My Cash Flow Better?
Managing Cash Flow

How Can I Manage My Cash Flow Better?

Tim Berry, founder of Palo Alto Software Inc., on the best way to set up an effective cash-management system.
Where Not to Look for Money -- And Where You're More Likely to Find It
Financing

Where Not to Look for Money -- And Where You're More Likely to Find It

Entrepreneurs can save time and angst by looking beyond banks and other mythical sources of startup capital.
Three Options When You Can't Pay Your Taxes
Tax Center

Three Options When You Can't Pay Your Taxes

What to do when you can't pay the taxes you owe by April.
How a Company Aiding Nonprofits Secured Venture Capital
Venture Capital

How a Company Aiding Nonprofits Secured Venture Capital

A new way for small nonprofits to tap into big audiences and raise awareness and exposure online.
Should You Tap a Nest Egg to Start a Business?
Financing

Should You Tap a Nest Egg to Start a Business?

Is funding your startup with your retirement savings ill-advised or smart investing?
Study: Women Angel Investors Are More Cautious
Angel Investors

Study: Women Angel Investors Are More Cautious

Does gender affect how investment decisions are made?
How to Find the Right Investor for Your Business
Angel Investors

How to Find the Right Investor for Your Business

Your investor-entrepreneur relationship is important. After all, you may be living with it every day for years to come.
What's the Best Way to Attract Investor Interest?
Financing

What's the Best Way to Attract Investor Interest?

Brad Feld, managing director of the Foundry Group, says to attract investors, first give them a product or service that they can check out for themselves.
Three Online Tax Resources for Small-Business Owners
Tax Center

Three Online Tax Resources for Small-Business Owners

Looking for ways to make Tax Day a little less painful? These websites might have what you need.
SBA Fine-Tunes Rules for Disadvantaged Firms
SBA and Government Funding

SBA Fine-Tunes Rules for Disadvantaged Firms

New rules governing the SBA's 8(a) program went into effect this week. See if your business can benefit from the changes.
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.
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