More From Karen E. Spaeder
Awards, events will celebrate America's spirit of entrepreneurship
For teen entrepreneurs, minimum wage summer jobs just won't do.
I want to start a business this summer, but my schedule is always packed. I'm worried it will take up too much time once school starts again. What can I do?
I'm really interested in starting a success coaching business. I'm really good at giving advice to my friends--and their friends, family, etc. What do I need to know in terms of marketing? And will people take me seriously, since I'm so young?
I am a 14-year-old who is looking to start a small business. Will I be able to run this business from home? I will not have any customers coming to my house. Also, what forms do I need to fill out and what taxes do I need to pay?
So be prepared, and be happy with all you've accomplished as a homebased entrepreneur.
Negative thoughts can suck the life out of you and your business. Keep them at bay--and keep the positive flowing in.
New service matches angel investors with entrepreneurs
Today's teens aren't waiting for a degree to start a business. Ain't America beautiful?
Don't start a business until you've answered this question.
Should you start a business? Yes! But only after you've knocked out the possibility of instant failure.
If it's a simpler way of life you want, the answer is simple: Become an entrepreneur.
Whether it's functional or fashionable you want, make sure your home office is uniquely <I>you</I>.