Our personal finance expert explains how the new law increases your IRA's protection from the IRS.
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Whether you're having a capital crisis or need funds to support growth, your customers may be an unexpected financing source.
Mutual fund companies are finally beginning to reduce their fees, but you may not feel much of a difference.
Cash Flow & Money Management
Before you start making money, you've got to figure out how you're going to accept payments, establish payment and credit terms, and manage your finances. This how-to will help.
If you still can't raise the money you need to fund your business, it's time to decide if you should stay in the game or throw in the towel.
Payments & Collections
Make it easy for customers to pay your invoices, and you'll see your money sooner rather than later.
Getting money for your new business is easier than you think--once you dispel the three common myths of bank financing.
The IRS is threatening to conduct more audits. Should you be worried?
Social networking sites offer entrepreneurs a chance to connect with investors, potential partners and customers.
New tax laws require a new look at deferred compensation plans.
Looking for capital? Consider looking abroad. International investors can provide funding--and much more.
Think venture capital is only for the high-tech crowd? Think again. Your low-tech company might be just what VCs are looking for.
You're risking your retirement, but if you believe in your startup you can fund it with your 401(k).
When it comes to pitching your company to potential investors, this venture capital straight-shooter offers seven wise suggestions.
You probably don't have a clue what it really costs to raise the capital you need to fund your business. This expert spells it out for you.
Practical advice on when and how to pitch private investors for your business
Minimize the costs of new stock-option expensing rules.
Short on capital? If you've got a proven plan for converting inventory into cash, inventory financing could be the option for you.
A new tax law may let family businesses keep more money in the bank.
New IRS guidelines make things a little easier on your home office by allowing you to defer capital gains after a move.
Should you pull out the plastic to finance your startup? First, hear what 3 entrepreneurs who did it have to say.
If you're having trouble getting investors, maybe a professional capital finder is your best fundraising option.
Follow this practical guide to determine the type of risks your private investors can handle, so you know just how to pitch them.
U.S. manufacturers and producers get a break under a new tax law.
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