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.
For you, that means happier customers--and beefier sales.
Angel investors--and their money--are out there. Learn to catch one.
Online retailers are discovering that alternative payment services fit their businesses to a "T."
Billing and Collections
You can't beat the big creditors to the bones of a bankrupt client, so what do you do?
What should capital providers expect to receive from their investment?
Who gets a 1099? Who gets a W-2? Here are questions and answers to your most common tax-form dilemmas.
Reduce your tax bill by incorporating appropriate changes into your tax planning for 2003.
Want to impress a potential investor quickly? Here's exactly what to say.
Tips for selecting the safest payment solutions for your business
The pros and cons of the latest trend--using credit cards to finance your business
Angel investors haven't left us; they're just scaling back their operations.
To prove you deserve an R&D credit, when the IRS says "Jump," you'll say "Which hoop?"
You need funding for your pre-launch stage. But how much equity should you give up to get it?
Don't extend credit to just anyone. Here's how to make sure you don't get burned.
Are VCs sucking the life out of your business? Maybe you're better off without them.
Keeping a financial road map in your company's back pocket is always a capital idea.
Weigh your decision carefully so you can process payments quickly, safely and easily.
Do investors want an enormous piece of the pie? Find out how to negotiate them down.
You can now use biometrics for point-of-sale purchases. Find out if it's right for your business.
Cash Flow & Money Management
All the cool companies are expensing their options. Can your business survive without that extra earnings padding?
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