Getting money for your new business is easier than you think--once you dispel the three common myths of bank financing.
Social networking sites offer entrepreneurs a chance to connect with investors, potential partners and customers.
Looking for capital? Consider looking abroad. International investors can provide funding--and much more.
Think venture capital is only for the high-tech crowd? Think again. Your low-tech company might be just what VCs are looking for.
Short on capital? If you've got a proven plan for converting inventory into cash, inventory financing could be the option for you.
If you're having trouble getting investors, maybe a professional capital finder is your best fundraising option.
Follow this practical guide to determine the type of risks your private investors can handle, so you know just how to pitch them.
When risks are high and cash needs are immediate, a convertible bridge note provides a solution everyone can live with.
Make filing your taxes next year a breeze with smart advice from a tax-planning pro.
Follow these suggestions for negotiating with employees, investors and suppliers when your business has no revenue.
Incentive trusts can get your heirs to jump through hoops for your money, but is one right for your family? Weigh the pros and cons.
Scott Bernard Nelson
Learn why it's important to establish a business credit report separate from your personal credit and just how to do it.