Need a quick cash infusion? A factoring service can help you out.
At the end of your rope for ways to finance your business's growth? Forget the usual suspects and try the last place you'd think of.
You need to keep this figure as low as possible. But do you know how to calculate the breakeven point when you sell multiple products?
Even if you only have a concept--and not a full-fledged business-- you may still be able to get funding at this stage.
Like every other technology under the sun, payment processing is going wireless. But is it a good investment for your business?
Let an accountant handle your complex finances so you can concentrate on building your business.
More entrepreneurs are now choosing to sell private stock offerings. And in saying no to IPOs, they're reaping the benefits.
Even when the financial arena is dealing nothing but bum hands, angel investors can be the wild card that puts you on top.
Managing Cash Flow
5 strategies to survive hiccups in your business bank account
Managing Cash Flow
What to do when deadbeat debtors refuse to cough up the cash
Make it easy for customers to pay you by providing debit transaction access.
Low prices sound good, but can you slice deep without hitting profit?
Payments & Collections
A simple guide to prioritizing your payments when the bills are piling up beyond control
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Filing Tax Returns
How to get your affairs in order and make sense of the ever-more-complex tax code
When your stock price is stalled and you can't hope to improve it, is it time for your company to quietly step back into private life?
Abstract number sorcery won't cut it anymore. Investors want to know exactly how you're going to make money.
You want money, right? So don't give it away to scam artists in your quest for capital.
If getting capital is your only barrier to start-up, let these tips clear your path.
Cash Flow & Money Management
Don't let investors and lenders use that old "it's the economy" line as justification to put the squeeze on your business.
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