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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.

10 Ways to Slash Your Business's Gas Costs

Fuel prices are forecast to hit an all-time high this year. Here are some strategies for keeping your transportation costs in check.

Carol Tice

Five Tips for Retooling Your Business

Is your business feeling like an old jalopy? Here are strategies for getting the money-making engine humming again.

Donald Todrin

· 5 min read

Why You Should Ditch Your Annual Budget

If your business needs to be nimble, a rolling forecast is a better bet than an annual budget.

Christopher Hann

· 3 min read

Five Best Apps to Forecast and Manage Cash Flow

A look at the most effective online tools to keep your business in the black.

Jonathan Blum

· 4 min read

Financing a Second Startup on Cash Flow of Your First

With the success of one startup, Kiha Lee financed another.

Michelle Goodman

· 4 min read

What a Payroll Tax Holiday Could Mean for Employers

President Obama is expected to propose offering to trim the amount of payroll taxes employers pay. Here are five things business owners can expect if it passes.

Diana Ransom

Cutting Out the Red Tape for Small Businesses

The Obama administration's new effort to trim inefficient practices and wasteful spending might help small businesses the most.

Diana Ransom