Karen E. Spaeder
Karen E. Spaeder is a freelance business writer in Southern California.
The SBA extends its deadline--again--for applying for Economic Injury Disaster Loans
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.
Before you get set on one target market, figure out if there are any others eager for your product or service.
If it's a simpler way of life you want, the answer is simple: Become an entrepreneur.
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