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Pay Dirt!

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Finally making a profit? Put it where it belongs--back in your business. Our experts tell you how.
November 1, 2003 in Cash Flow & Money Management

Going Public

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A reverse merger may be the fast way to take your business public, but is it for you?
November 1, 2003 in Financing

The Big Guns

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Getting corporate investors on your side can certainly boost your business. Learn how corporate VCs think-and how to set your sights on landing one.
November 1, 2003 in Venture Capital

Purchasing Savings Bonds Online

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U.S. Savings Bonds are going high-tech—with online purchasing.
November 1, 2003 in Investment Options

Taxing Matters

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Come tax time, you'll be glad you decided to start your own homebased business.
November 1, 2003 in Tax Essentials

Determining Ownership Among Founders and Investors

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Different risk exposures should mean different equity positions.
October 27, 2003 in Financing
Setting up Your Business to Receive Payments

Setting up Your Business to Receive Payments

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Before you accept cash, checks and charges from your customers, there are some things you must know.
October 13, 2003 in Money

Dividing Equity Between Founders and Investors

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How to figure out who gets what percentage of the business when investors come on board
October 13, 2003 in Venture Capital

Institutional Venture Capital

If your company has potential for rapid growth, institutional venture capital could be for you.
October 6, 2003 in Venture Capital

A Perfect Match?

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If you think an intermediary service has the quick fix you need for finding investors, take a second look.
October 1, 2003 in Financing

House of Cards?

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Home-equity borrowing could be risky business as interest rates rise.
October 1, 2003 in Self-Financing

If You Build It . . .

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Are you overlooking significant deductions on new construction or major remodeling projects?
October 1, 2003 in Tax Deductions

What You Really Need to Know About Startup Financing

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Don't waste your time looking for money in all the wrong places. Here's the truth about startup financing.
October 1, 2003 in Financing

Short-Term Loan Solutions

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Securing a succession of small loans can help you cover expenses while building revenues
September 22, 2003 in Financing

Not So Fast!

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Seeking an investor? Slow down and take five steps to protect your company from making a bad choice.
September 1, 2003 in Angel Investors

Payroll Piggy Bank?

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The IRS is no pushover when it comes to payroll withholding taxes. So if you're tempted to misuse these funds, you'd better reconsider.
September 1, 2003 in Tax Essentials

Stop Those Leaking Profits!

Is your business leaking profits? Find out--and get more of the revenue stream back in your company.
September 1, 2003 in Financial Analysis

Give 'Em Credit

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They're not just for car loans and home mortgages. Now credit unions are making business loans.
August 1, 2003 in Financing

Determining the Value of a Business for Sale

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Buyers and sellers may not initially agree on a price, but the following considerations can help the negotiations along.
July 28, 2003 in Financing

Pros and Cons of the LLC Model

Want to form an LLC? Before you make your decision, consider the tax benefits--as well as the disadvantages.
July 21, 2003 in Tax Center

Get Yourself Paid

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Try these two techniques for dealing with deadbeat customers.
July 7, 2003 in Billing and Collections

What to Do With a Major Windfall

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That unexpected windfall may feel like winning the lottery, but if you aren't careful, it could wreak havoc on your business.

Bonus Round

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Taking on some venture debt after a round of VC can give you more bang for your buck.
July 1, 2003 in Venture Capital

Can't Win for Losing

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A mutual fund tax quirk limits your capital losses.
July 1, 2003 in Tax Essentials

Raising Money With Short-Term Notes

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How to know if convertible short-terms notes are the right financing strategy for your business
June 23, 2003 in Financing

Caps Off to You!

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More small-business opportunities can flow freely now that the SBA has finally removed its 7(a) loan cap.
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