Taking on some venture debt after a round of VC can give you more bang for your buck.
A mutual fund tax quirk limits your capital losses.
How to know if convertible short-terms notes are the right financing strategy for your business
SBA and Government Funding
More small-business opportunities can flow freely now that the SBA has finally removed its 7(a) loan cap.
Cash Flow & Money Management
Whether your company is flush with cash or barely hanging on by a thread, how you manage payables can help unlock its potential.
Don't go too high or too low, or customers won't buy what you're offering.
How to acquire the equipment you need now without going broke
You may be turning VCs off if you're asking them to sign a nondisclosure agreement.
Taking a hit during hard times isn't necessarily a lose-lose situation if you're an S corporation.
Bank Loans and Microloans
The ABCs on what a bridge loan is, why you should think about getting one and how to do it
The five things you need to record to avoid an audit
Savings steps you should take before the end of the calendar year
Follow these steps to avoid an audit.
Two tax credits that'll help you help others and yourself
Bringing disadvantaged employees aboard has never been so rewarding--and we're not just talking about the tax credits you'll get.
Don't let outside investors think for a second that you're unwilling to take on some financial risk.
Whether paper or electronic, checks still account for a large chunk of transactions today.
When the money tree looks dry, sometimes you just have to create your own branch.
When investors ask you for a growth plan, they want a growth plan. A cleaned-up, rehashed business plan isn't going to do the job.
Is a variable annuity for you? Depends on who's pitching it.
Ready to stake your claim in another business? Here's the best way to finance the deal.
If you want to leave a legacy with your business and also help out your community, establishing a CRT could be the way to go.
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