Patience, confidence and a solid plan are keys to collecting what you're owed.
Tips for ensuring your work-from-home dream doesn't become a logistical nightmare.
Stay on the right side of the ledger; leave your equity alone.
Rules to ensure your meals and entertainment expenses stand up to tax-time scrutiny.
Bank Loans and Microloans
Despite a harsh lending climate, small-business owners have options when it comes to digging up cash.
Advice for small-business owners on how to finance your kids' college educations
Don't forget these new tax changes when you prepare your 2009 returns.
Don't wait for capital to grow--use the people you have around you to make it happen.
SBA and Government Funding
It seems most of the government's $787 billion went to states and big companies. So what's left for small businesses?
We found three bankers who actually want to make loans to small businesses. Here's what they have to say.
How to get your business off the ground with cash from several startup sources.
Experts say money may be coming back to the market but not at pre-downturn levels.
Microfranchising helps create a business model for distributing glasses in poor nations.
For maximum impact and interest, give potential investors something to play with.
Knowing what you're getting into with life insurance will prevent you from overpaying--and from being underinsured.
The lowdown on business credit cards--what's out there and what to watch for
A primer for selecting the right credit card for your business needs
Payments & Collections
When someone is past due, being flexible is the best way to get what you're owed.
Cash Flow & Money Management
The Bloomberg Terminal is too pricey for most small businesses, so make one yourself for under $1000.
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