Personal Finance

When Financial Professionals Go Indie
Money

When Financial Professionals Go Indie

Weighing becoming independent asset manager or financial advisor? Balance the freedom to serve customers against the strain of running a firm.
Taking Care of Your Loved Ones When Your Business Can't
The 'Treps

Taking Care of Your Loved Ones When Your Business Can't

Entrepreneurship comes with financial risk. Is it possible to take the leap if you're also supporting a family?
Oklahoma Makes Personal Finance Mandatory for High School Students
Money

Oklahoma Makes Personal Finance Mandatory for High School Students

A law passed in 2007 and beginning in May will require teachers to certify students' working knowledge of banking, taxes, investing, loans and more.
Funding Your Business on Your Own? Learn From These 7 Entrepreneurs
Startup Financing

Funding Your Business on Your Own? Learn From These 7 Entrepreneurs

Seven entrepreneurs offer up bootstrapping-financial advice to those aspiring to start their own business.
6 Simple Strategies for Better Money Management
Personal Finance

6 Simple Strategies for Better Money Management

Consider this list a mental reset button on your financial psyche.
Guess What: Going to College Still Pays
Personal Finance

Guess What: Going to College Still Pays

A recent study shows that on virtually every measure of economic wellbeing and career attainment, college educated millennials are outperforming their peers with less education.
The Best Value in Higher Education
Personal Finance

The Best Value in Higher Education

Princeton Review came out with their list of best value colleges, with UNC Chapel Hill and Williams College taking the tops spots.
Retiring at 27: Ambitious, Lazy or Crazy?
Retirement Planning

Retiring at 27: Ambitious, Lazy or Crazy?

A young real estate CEO made a plan to build up his net worth and check out in six years. Here's how he did it.
Why You Should Commit to Small Daily Improvements and Other Must-Read Business Tips
Productivity

Why You Should Commit to Small Daily Improvements and Other Must-Read Business Tips

A look at why big goals start with small actions, how falling in love with boredom helps you stay driven and more advice for business owners.
Is It Ever OK for Founders to Sell Off Their Company Shares?
Personal Finance

Is It Ever OK for Founders to Sell Off Their Company Shares?

Selling stock in your company, especially if it keeps you from sleeping in your car, is not necessarily a bad move.
Millionaires Are Now the Majority Party in Congress
Personal Finance

Millionaires Are Now the Majority Party in Congress

For the first time ever, more than half of U.S. congressmen are worth $1 million or more, even as wages have remained stagnant for many Americans.
The Right Way to Ask Your Parents to Finance Your Business
Financing

The Right Way to Ask Your Parents to Finance Your Business

4 things to consider before asking mom and dad for money.
Young Entrepreneurs on How to Spend Your First $1 Million
Cash Flow & Money Management

Young Entrepreneurs on How to Spend Your First $1 Million

If you're in the rarefied position of being able to attract investor dollars, these three young founders have some advice for you.
Tell Us: How Much is Too Much for a CEO to Make?
Cash Flow & Money Management

Tell Us: How Much is Too Much for a CEO to Make?

Switzerland overwhelmingly voted down a measure that would have capped executive pay at 12 times the salary of the lowest-paid employee.
How to Build Great Credit for Your Fledgling Startup
Financing

How to Build Great Credit for Your Fledgling Startup

Young entrepreneurs have the challenge of raising funds on little to no credit history. Here's how to overcome this obstacle.
IRS to Take a Closer Look at Small Business Filings
Tax Center

IRS to Take a Closer Look at Small Business Filings

Here are three important tips for how entrepreneurs can avoid getting into trouble with the IRS.
How to Respond to a Letter From the IRS? Breathe.
Tax Center

How to Respond to a Letter From the IRS? Breathe.

Getting a letter from the IRS can be a panic-inducing experience. Here's how to handle it and calm your nerves.
Confessions of a Cheating Nation: One in Four Have Stolen From Their Employers
Business Management

Confessions of a Cheating Nation: One in Four Have Stolen From Their Employers

A new survey of 2,000 adults released today show that one quarter of respondents admit to stealing from their boss.
Why You Should Keep Business and Personal Expenses Separate
Personal Finance

Why You Should Keep Business and Personal Expenses Separate

Mixing business expenses with your personal life can get messy fast.
What to Know About Changes to the Home-Office Deduction
Tax Center

What to Know About Changes to the Home-Office Deduction

There are changes to how you can deduct the home space you use for your business. Here's what you need to know.
Will Investors Ever Learn to Avoid Money-Losing Companies?
Personal Finance

Will Investors Ever Learn to Avoid Money-Losing Companies?

When a company is losing money, the sky's the limit when it comes to predicting how bright its future will be.
Tips for Investing in Emerging Markets (Infographic)
Personal Finance

Tips for Investing in Emerging Markets (Infographic)

Investors are increasingly turning to emerging markets for new sources of revenue. Check out this infographic for key tips and trends that can help you invest wisely.
The Basics of Home Equity Financing
Financing

The Basics of Home Equity Financing

Raise money for your business from your house, but beware of losing the roof over your head.
How a Good Credit Score Can Save You More Than $100,000
Personal Finance

How a Good Credit Score Can Save You More Than $100,000

Your credit score is important when it comes to managing your personal finances. Here's how to take better control of it.
Why You Shouldn't Take Business Advice From Your CPA
Business Management

Why You Shouldn't Take Business Advice From Your CPA

Your CPA might try to convince you he's a business expert. Don't believe him.
Financing

The Basics of Using Credit Cards to Fund Your New Business

Don't swipe the plastic too carelessly, because it's a double-edged sword.
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