Figuring out how much cash you really need to start your business
Payments & Collections
When you're a small-business owner, there's a delicate balance between your personal and business credit. Here are some smart tips for handling both effectively.
Learn how to take control of your personal financial situation in eight easy steps.
Sole proprietors, whether LLCs or not, can benefit by filing their tax returns later in the year.
This legal expert shares the facts when it comes to filing for a tax extension.
When it comes to getting outside funding for your startup, you have two routes to take. Our financing expert helps you decide which is best for you.
Is your company's concept so cutting edge that investors won't touch it? Here's how to get their attention--and their money.
When it comes to lending, finance companies are often less demanding and more understanding than banks.
You may be able to take money from your IRA, penalty-free.
More choices for 401(k) and 403(b) plans mean the sky's the limit on your retirement-planning options.
Our raising money expert takes a look at the current state of VC funding to give you the straight facts about your chances of attracting capital.
A defined benefit plan can supercharge your savings and reduce your taxable income.
Here are five easy steps to understanding your pricing and ensuring profitability.
Cash Flow & Money Management
It's time to give your credit report its annual checkup. If you find any bugs, kill 'em fast to help keep your business nice and healthy.
Negotiating a VC investment can be tricky. So does it pay to spell out your terms to potential investors from the get-go?
New tax laws for 2006 could benefit your business.
Most entrepreneurs don't know who to go to for money and when. Our raising money expert helps you sift through the choices.
Get the most out of your refund this year with smart advice for preparing and filing your taxes.
If you're young and in love with the idea of starting a business, these tips will help you in your search for startup financing.
Even if you aren't among those who normally make New Year's resolutions--and keep them--2006 may the year you'll want to start.
When making investment decisions, your gut isn't always your best guide.
To avoid trouble, stay away from these tax shelters.
China holds a host of investment possibilities. If you're thinking of making the leap, here are some smart ways to get started.
Ten things entrepreneurs often overlook when trying to raise capital
How do you know when--and how much--to pay yourself? Our startup expert explains how to set your salary.
You'll likely save time and money--and get any refund due you back quicker.
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