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If you want to raise money for your business from impact investors, then help them find you by putting your company information right in front of them.
It is highly likely that you'll be asked to sign a personal guarantee to get a bank loan. Before you do, make sure you are getting the best terms possible.
A look at what's hot and what's not, when it comes to the industries attracting the most funding.
Small business loans contracted last year, while large businesses secured more dollars, according to the Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy.
While it's tempting to sign up for another card to survive a cash flow crunch, consider these important tips first.
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Mary Schapiro says it's more complicated than it seems to write the rules.
These steps will put you ahead of the game before you start, and increase your chances of securing funds for your small business.
A look at ways to find the best funding sources and tailor the options for your small business.
Southeastern states have a particularly high percentage of small businesses being hamstrung by tight credit conditions.
Approval rates at the biggest U.S. banks shriveled up a bit in March compared to the previous month, according to a survey.
President Obama signed the JOBS Act into law today. Here is a rundown of what's in it, when those provisions go into effect and how they could impact your business.
A bipartisan bundle of legislation aimed at increasing entrepreneurs' ability to access capital sailed through the House, but has been slowed down in the Senate.
The package of bills aims to increase access to funding for entrepreneurs.
The President issued a new call on Congress to pass an ambitious legislative agenda to help small businesses, but some wonder whether it's just hot air.
Being a woman and an entrepreneur has its benefits, but there are also a number of challenges. Here, the SBA answers your burning questions about how to best overcome them.
Between cutting payroll taxes and speeding up payments to federal contractors, the President's latest plan to boost jobs, if passed, would also give a lift to small businesses.
A new study shows 40 percent of small business owners plan to make a hire in the next six months. Could this be the start of a turnaround in unemployment?