Karen E. Spaeder
The legal and tax implications of doing business in more than one state
When the money tree looks dry, sometimes you just have to create your own branch.
Feel like your accounting is getting out of control? Rein it in with the right software.
When investors ask you for a growth plan, they want a growth plan. A cleaned-up, rehashed business plan isn't going to do the job.
Is a variable annuity for you? Depends on who's pitching it.
Scott Bernard Nelson
Ready to stake your claim in another business? Here's the best way to finance the deal.
If you want to leave a legacy with your business and also help out your community, establishing a CRT could be the way to go.
You can't beat the big creditors to the bones of a bankrupt client, so what do you do?
What should capital providers expect to receive from their investment?
Who gets a 1099? Who gets a W-2? Here are questions and answers to your most common tax-form dilemmas.
Reduce your tax bill by incorporating appropriate changes into your tax planning for 2003.
Want to impress a potential investor quickly? Here's exactly what to say.