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FinTech companies are generally startups founded to disrupt established financial systems.
You have your budget in place, a cash cushion built and a retirement fund set up -- now what?
Entrepreneur Network partner Phil Thompson asks Pursue Wealth, "What is the most important lesson you learned starting your own business?"
As business owners pursue growth, they need to find the right financial partners who can help them achieve their dreams.
You have a great business idea. But a lack of funding isn't your issue; it's a symptom.
As long as investors keep hopping from one country to the next, they perpetuate the cycle of capital flight from areas that desperately need cash and continuity.
Sometimes, cutting corners comes back to haunt you.
The savings can certainly add up. Interest and penalties can even exceed the tax owed.
Earlier this month, Calif.-based Solar City said it accepted Tesla's $2.6 billion buyout offer.
Show up to learn, know your limit and realize you're pitching yourself -- not just your business.
Ask the Expert
From market size to your team's qualifications, our entrepreneur expert Jessica Herrin, shares with us the questions investors will ask entrepreneurs pitching their business.
In this video, CPA, attorney and author Mark Kohler provides quick tax tips for small-business owners.
A company founded on debt often must borrow more later but finds no bank interested in lending.
With insightful analytics, companies can establish a compensation strategy that works best for them.