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Fast-food chains such as Starbucks, McDonald's and Subway make up the highest percentage of meal expenses on corporate cards.
By leveraging the power of group-buying, a crop of deal sites give small businesses access to discounts that are usually reserved for the big guys.
The president may soon sign into law a new student loan bill that reduces rates for many new borrowers, but the high-cost of education isn't going away. Here are four loan pay-off strategies.
Global spending on business travel is expected to reach $1.12 trillion this year, according to a new report. Here's a look at the countries spending the most.
To ease the pain of doing your taxes later, here are some good-accounting practices to implement now.
Busy entrepreneurs have little time to devote to learning about the coolest and helpful apps. Here, we do the legwork for you.
In starting up, paying top dollar for the biggest and best tools, gadgets and the like could cost you even more in the long run. Instead, you should think smarter, not bigger.
Startups simply must make a budget and stick to it. Otherwise, you could wind up a statistic. Here are just three ways to keep your costs down.
If the holidays weren't as kind to your startup as you would have liked, here are some tips for helping you withstand leaner times.
This time of year may be about giving, but don't forget to devote plenty of time to getting your books in order. Here are a few often-missed year-end accounting tasks.
Student entrepreneur David Chait shares his tips for gaining feedback from the diverse college community.
When you're just starting up and you want to land top-tier clients, you'd be surprised how important a proper communications regimen can be.
Congress narrowly passes a bill to prevent student-loan rates from doubling as of July 1. Young entrepreneurs breathe a sigh of relief.
Minutes after the Supreme Court handed down its decision to uphold the health-care law, critics lambasted it for amounting to a massive new tax -- which would mostly affect young people.
Think your credit card statement is enough to verify business expenses to the IRS? Think again.
For many businesses, January is a dead month. Here are some ideas for how to perk up your post-holiday bottom line.
You'll want a good estimate of the cash you need to launch. These tips can help. The third in a 10-part series.
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