A closer look at why this legal structure can be good for business.
When banks can't give you the funds you need, look to commercial finance companies for help.
Make sure your family gets what it needs by including a disclaimer provision in your estate plan.
When working with a private lender vs. a commercial bank, there are different considerations to keep in mind.
If banks and VCs are out of your financial picture, don't despair. These 3 alternative sources of capital could provide the funding you're looking for.
Feel like the IRS is out to get you? A taxpayer advocate is on your side.
Build flexibility into your estate plan so heirs can avoid the pitfalls of changing tax laws.
Where to go for funding when you're ready to move beyond the startup stage
Tips for handling startup business expenditures at tax time
Consider your options when raising money for your homebased business.
Cash Flow & Money Management
If it feels like your cash only flows in one direction--out--then cash-management basics can help.
Looking for a capital infusion? Don't ignore public funding sources in your own backyard.
Are you taking full advantage of all tax deductions applicable to your homebased business?
One way to cover your assets when creditors come knocking
Having trouble finding investors? The way you sell your investment opportunity could be to blame.
Excitement alone won't guarantee success, so follow these rules to make your business more bankable.
If figuring out what to charge customers has left you baffled, try these tricks.
Extending credit to your customers can be a boon to your business, but only if you do it wisely.
An employee stock ownership plan is more than just a great way to boost morale-it's also a cheap source of growth capital.
Billing and Collections
If your accounts receivables are threatening the health of your business, it could be time for a system overhaul.
Don't meet with potential investors until you've taken these five important steps.
Establish custodial HSAs that are tax-free to both your business and employees.
Tread carefully with your faithful customers, or you could end up losing their business.
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