News and Articles About Cash Flow
Your needs and markets will help determine the best route for outside funding.
The home services market is enormous, yet there is not a lot of room for middle men.
An independent inquiry found the CEO had been aware the company had inflated its profits by $1.2 billion over a period of several years.
Friends-and-family fundraising made official -- and far less awkward.
If your startup needs a lot of money, these kinds of investors could be the key. But, of course, there are a lot of strings.
If your credit score has improved, congratulations! Chances are good for a new, lower monthly debt payment.
A healthy business has a healthy cash flow, but what do you do when you hit a dry spot?
Not willing to spend any money to grow your startup? Think twice about these things.
It may be tempting to go all-in on your company, but it's better to play it safe.
Selling receivables to a third-party was once a common small-business alternative to short-term financing.
It may seem tough to fund a new business, but entrepreneurs have more options than ever before. Investigate them all before deciding on what's best for you.
Running a business is all about making decisions. Keep in mind what is most important and the better option will be easier to recognize.
One business owner's tax strategy is paying off.
Yup, Uncle Sam knows all about crowdfunding, and he's coming after you if you don't pay those taxes.