How I Saved
Looking for ways to do more with less? Consider the tactics that some small-business owners have devised to stretch a dollar.
The Year-End Accounting Missteps of Rookie Entrepreneurs
This time of year may be about giving, but don't forget to devote plenty of time to getting your books in order. Here are a few often-missed year-end accounting tasks.
3 Ways to Kick Start Your Business into 2013
Stop futzing around. Here's how to propel your business forward -- right now.
Why Mid-Year Tax Reviews Are a Must for First-Time Entrepreneurs
Waiting until the end of the year to get your books in order can be a losing gamble. Consider knocking out those year-end anxieties now.
How to Analyze Your Business Expenses
Whether you are going it alone, or you just want to understand what your CFO is doing, here are the best strategies for analyzing expenses in your business.
How to Be Cash-Flow Positive on Day 1
When Caroline Ceniza-Levine quit her day job to start a business, she needed to have revenue coming in immediately. Hear how she did it.
Visa, MasterCard Settlement: What You Need to Know
Credit-card giants agree to pay more than $6 billion to settle an antitrust case.
3 Signs You May Need to Ditch Your Bank
It is a hassle to change banks. Here is when it is worth it.
3 Questions You Must Ask Before Securing a Small Business Credit Card
While it's tempting to sign up for another card to survive a cash flow crunch, consider these important tips first.
5 Ways to Get Paid Faster
Is your small business caught in a cash crunch? Consider these steps to get customers to speed up and cut that check.
3 Simple Financial Tools to Help Track Business Success
Financial dashboards are a popular way for small business owners to manage their money and track their growth without the hassle and expense of a business consultant.
A Common Personal Finance Mistake New 'Treps Make
Starting your own business will affect many parts of your life, including how you manage your finances.
Small Businesses Suffer in States Hardest Hit By Housing Meltdown
Southeastern states have a particularly high percentage of small businesses being hamstrung by tight credit conditions.
More Businesses Burdened By Slow-Paying Customers
About one in seven small business owners cite payment irregularities as their most challenging business problem.
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