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Startup Basics

Starting a U.S. Business

When you're not a U.S. citizen, how do you start a business in the United States?

Winning in a Losing Town

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Your friends smile politely when you tell them where you want to start a business. Your family thinks you're nuts. But you know you've got what it takes--and you're right.
March 1, 2002 in Location

From Employee to Self-Employed

Make that final transition by making your business a full-time gig.
February 18, 2002 in Startup Basics

Protecting Your Business Name Online

Someone just registered a domain that's awfully similar to your business name. Are they cybersquatting?
February 11, 2002 in Naming Your Business

Continuing Your Education

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Improve yourself and your business by committing to lifelong learning.
January 7, 2002 in Startup Basics

Can You Learn to Start a Business?

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In a word, yes. But if you're at all serious about entrepreneurship, you'll learn there's much more to start-up than classrooms and homework.
December 1, 2001 in Startup Basics

Joining a Support Group, Part II

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What can you learn from a group of young entrepreneurs with little more experience than you? In a word, plenty.
November 1, 2001 in Startup Basics

Why Buy Refurbished Equipment?

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Use your money smartly by spending less with refurbished equipment.

Call In the Pros

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Step one in starting a business: Admit you don't know everything.
October 1, 2001 in Startup Basics

Joining a Support Group, Part I

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With a spiraling economy and, for some, rough waters ahead, Starve-Ups and organizations like it help young entrepreneurs muddle through and prosper.
October 1, 2001 in Startup Basics

Finding a Business Mentor

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Meeting someone who can show you the ropes may be the best thing you ever do for your business.
October 1, 2001 in Startup Basics

Protecting Your Business's Assets With a Safe

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Every business is vulnerable to theft. Avoid the worst-case scenario by keeping your valuables locked away in a sturdy safe.

Working With a Turnaround Expert to Save Your Business

If you're prepared to listen and take a consultant's advice, you can save your ailing business.
September 4, 2001 in Startup Basics

Mentorships: The Ultimate Networking Tool

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Much more than advisors, mentors can help you learn the ropes and locate prospects, too.
September 1, 2001 in Startup Basics

Where Do You Stand?

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Some say the new administration isn't exactly oozing with support for new start-ups; some say help is on the way. So what's the truth?
July 1, 2001 in Startup Basics

Financing a Business Purchase

Use debt to your advantage when structuring a deal.
June 4, 2001 in Startup Basics

Girl School

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What makes a young woman want to own a business? A little education will help.
June 1, 2001 in Startup Basics

Easy Does It?

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Instant e-commerce storefronts are quick, but that doesn't mean they make your job easy.
June 1, 2001 in Startup Basics

The Mod Squad

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Cumbersome office furniture is a crime--modular to the rescue.

S Corporations Vs. LLCs

The pros and cons of each business form

It's a Bra!

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How one woman gave birth to a $100,000 product
April 1, 2001 in Business Incubators

Buyer And Seller Beware

Whether you win or lose in the sale of a C or S corporation depends on the structure of the deal.
March 30, 2001 in Startup Basics

The Basics of Incorporating

The paperwork-and costs-involved with registering a company
Business Licenses and Permits

Business Licenses and Permits

Compliance is key when starting a business. Find out which permits you need to obtain for your new venture.
March 21, 2001 in Startup Basics
Choose Your Business Structure

Choose Your Business Structure

Sole proprietorship, corporation, LLC: Try them on for size to find out which legal structure will best suit your business.

Howdy, Partner

Don't buddy up without a partnership agreement.
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