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The 9 Biggest Financial Warning Signs
A few danger signs to tell you financial trouble is nearby (or that's it has already started).
Richard Branson's Virgin America Soars in Market Debut
It underscores the buoyant mood in an industry that is emerging from a long spell of turbulence.
Need a Loan? Let's Look at Your LinkedIn Profile First.
The startup Earnest, which has $15 million in financing from big-name investors, has an alternative way of determining who qualifies for a personal loan.
A Disruptor Shakes Up Angel Investing
By connecting institutions with the earliest-stage startups, AngelList is upending the system.
How These Entrepreneurs Found a Catchy Way to Teach Students Financial Literacy
Flocabulary, a company that makes educational hip-hop songs and videos for grades K-12, will use the same medium to teach kids about personal finance.
7 Steps to an Equity-Crowdfunding Offering
Under the JOBS Act, small companies can now sell shares to accredited investors. Here's how to do it.
S-Corps and Money Savings: What to Know
CPA Mark Kohler explains the connection between business structures and tax savings.
Entrepreneurs Pump Brakes on IPOs Amid Investor Uncertainty
Volatile market conditions have investors thinking twice, and companies pushing back their plans to go public.
This Group Aims to Connect Socially Responsible Startups With 'Retail' Investors
The TriLinc Global Impact Fund looks for established social enterprises in stable emerging markets that are ripe for growth capital.
Who Invests in Private Companies and How Do You Reach Them?
Now is an unrivaled time to be an entrepreneur seeking financing. Here are some routes to taking advantage.
The Ultimate Cheat Sheet for Investing All of Your Money
Investing is scary. While no one knows it all, here are some handy suggestions.
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Entrepreneurs: Protect Your Home and Your Business
CPA Mark Kohler offers a simple way to think about protecting your assets.
How Entrepreneurs Can Put Away More Than $200,000 a Year for Retirement -- Tax-Free
Consider this advice now in order to save as much as possible for later in life.
5 Steps to Building an Ambitious, Yet Credible Sales Forecast
Satisfy potential investors by setting up a research method to estimate how many customers will be lured to make a purchase of your new product.
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