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Protect Your Business in a Divorce

Own a business and plan to get married soon? Consider adding a prenuptial agreement to your wedding plans.

Debra Neiman, CFP

What Investors Look For in a Plan

From venture capitalists to angel investors, here's what your business plan needs to include to catch the eye of startup investors.

Tim Berry

Should First Investors Get Extra Compensation?

Our startup financing expert offers tips on providing incentives for your first investors.

Asheesh Advani

Stay in Touch

Have all the financial information you need right at your fingertips, and you'll always know the right move to make.

Mike Hogan

Is It Time to Raise Prices?

To keep up with increasing costs--and big competitors' prices--more small businesses are pulling the trigger on the pricing gun.

C.J. Prince

The Right Fit

Looking for capital? A boutique private equity group could be the perfect funding partner for your small business.

David Worrell

Reporting In

Federal law allows you to check your credit reports for free every year. Here's how to access them--and protect your credit rating.

Money Matters

Who's watching your money? An expert guides you in finding a good financial planner.

Name Your Price

Stumped about what to charge? Setting prices is both an art and a science--and a little bit of guesswork. Here's how to figure it out.

Geoff Williams

Retire Rich

Entrepreneurs are good at growing businesses, but when it comes to personal portfolios, many all too often fall short. Experts share tips, strategies and secrets for the best ways you can accumulate wealth and retire rich.

David Worrell

Is Your Hobby Really a Business?

Even if you think of your new pastime as a hobby, the IRS and your city and state tax authorities might disagree. Find out if there's more to your "hobby" than meets the eye.

Cliff Ennico

It's a Win-Win

Whether you're having a capital crisis or need funds to support growth, your customers may be an unexpected financing source.