A former reporter for The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones and contributor to Barron's, Randy Myers is a contributing editor for CFO and Corporate Board Member magazines.
Figuring out what you can and can't deduct as a business expense is challenging. These tips help you lower your tax bill without running afoul of the federal tax code.
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Yahoo and Best Buy may have concluded that telecommuting doesn't work for their companies anymore, but it could still make sense for your business.
Your top employee may not be a member of your family, but is almost certainly a key to your company's success. Are you doing enough to keep him or her happy?
Raising money from family and friends to fund a business can be a complex situation to navigate, requiring both personal trust and a professional approach.
The author of 'Selling to China' offers advice for American entrepreneurs eager to do business in China, the worldâ€™s second-largest economy.
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Franchisees have to play within their franchiser's rules, but that doesn't mean they have to turn off their creativity.
Learning where your competitors are and how you stack up against them has never been easier thanks to a new tool from the SBA.
With the housing market showing new signs of life, it's time to prepare your business to ride the rising tide.
It's never a bad thing to be recognized as an expert in your industry -- and nothing says 'expert' like having your name on the cover of a book.
If you have a hunch your business model is sound and repeatable, doing some groundwork now can make it easier to franchise later.
Many small businesses could save big bucks by taking advantage of a tax credit long popular with larger companies.
For many small-business owners, the answer is probably more.
Starting a Business
Passing on the family fortune can be tricky when it's tied up in a small business. Here's how to find a solution that works for your business and your family.
Are your customers safe from online scamsters? How to comply with the FTC's new 'Red Flags' program.
Use these tips to avoid getting burned by credit-card processors.