News and Articles About Finance
Minding the books while trying to gather insights from fiscal data is difficult. Update to modern technology. Cloud computing offers answers.
Elliot Weissbluth started his wealth management firm at a time of serious turmoil for the financial-services industry, proving crisis can be a fertile breeding ground for innovation and opportunity.
In this question-and-answer interview, Wilson discusses retirement, Tumblr's exit and getting over a difficult year.
These lessons learned can help you navigate the audit process.
Learning when it's time to call for capital can be tricky, but it could be potentially lifesaving for your business.
This setup grants tax advantages while enabling workers to receive valuable stock in the firm when they retire.
The information could be useful, if it's prepared correctly and you know what to look for.
CrowdRise, a for-profit site founded by the 'Fight Club' star that fuses social networking with charitable activism, raised $23 million in its latest fundraising round.
While many of us scramble to file on time and avoid penalties, an internal investigation has revealed that IRS workers who owed back taxes were actually given bonuses.
No matter how smart you are or how great you startup idea is, one big investor says the elevator-style pitch doesn't work. Here's why.
Three questions to ask yourself when deciding whether or not you should take an investment from a company.
If entrepreneurs raise a round of capital the more than likely will face the angst-inducing conundrum of determining board structure. Here are a few pointers.
As the SEC works on final regulations for equity-based crowdfunding, one of the pervasive fears has been that non-professional investors will be swindled by fraudsters. But is there really reason to worry?
E-reader company Oyster has released a classic business best seller in a new pulsating format created by startup Spritz.
Oakland A's second baseman Eric Sogard discusses how he manages his finances, so he can make smart future investments.
Pitching to investors can be a full-time job, but if you prepare yourself for meetings, it can save you precious time.
In-person events for financial prospecting provide benefits that online platforms don't: gathered masses, a pool of dedicated dollars and a chance to receive immediate project feedback.
The White House has made April National Financial Capability Month.
The peer-to-peer lending site announced today that, with its acquisition of Springstone Financial, it would be expanding its reach in consumer finance.
Investors have shown the most interest in dumping their dollars into real-estate deals since the SEC's historic lifting of the general solicitation ban.
Workers in Belgium, Germany, Austria and Hungary face the highest tax burdens, according to the OECD's annual report on individual income taxes.
Thanks to some savvy cloud-based services, handy apps and online bookkeeping tools you never have to worry about saving a paper trail.
Think you need an extension? Don't decide until you weigh the insight of our tax experts.
Sell too little, and you lack the resources to grow. Sell too much, and you lose control.