Cash Flow & Money Management
Two U.S. accounting organizations aim to give business owners streamlined options for financial reporting.
After reviewing more than 1,000 credit cards, credit-card comparison website CardHub.com releases an analysis of which credit cards are best for entrepreneurs and why.
Not everything in your credit history has to show up on your credit report. Here's how to convince your creditors to remove or modify negative information.
Without taking the proper steps to protect your company, you could be putting it at risk in the event of personal issues like a divorce or a car accident. Here are steps to help you plan ahead.
Average balances in small-business retirement plans increased by 20 percent between 2007 and 2012, according to a study from Fidelity Investments.
You need to be prepared should your company one day be faced with a lawsuit or accident. Here are four ways to make sure your personal finances are safeguarded from business liabilities.
A new taxation survey finds that the administrative burdens of paying taxes are more significant than the financial burdens. Here are a few tips on how to keep the time devoted to your taxes to a minimum.
The best tips of the week from Entrepreneur.com, from how to write off business meals to sparking creativity among your staff.
How to go all-in on a new business venture without draining your personal bank account.
Starting a Business
An unstable income is almost always guaranteed when just starting your business, but research shows it's one of the top fears that keeps Americans from becoming entrepreneurs.
With interest rates at record lows, refinancing your home mortgage is one way to create some wiggle room in your budget. Here's how to be prepared.
Are you looking for better returns? Think about peer-to-peer lending.
Why spending time with friends and family is essential, how to know whether you're sleep-deprived, the right amount of money to save and more: our best tips of the week.
Small-business owners' optimism often hinders their retirement planning. Behavioral economics has some ideas about what it would take to get you to plan for your golden years.
How your business entity can affect your personal finances, tapping into your emotions to inspire others, finding time to exercise and more: our tips of the week.
One of the common mistakes entrepreneurs make is losing sight of their personal finances when trying to grow their business. Here's how to avoid falling into that trap.
Follow these seven tips to get your finances on track in the New Year.
Attorney Nina Kaufman explains why mixing your money can lead to legal issues.
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