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Managing Personal Finances After a Business Failure

Dealing with a business failure is mentally tough, but it’s even tougher if you aren’t secure in your financial life. Fortunately, there are a few steps and strategies that can help you recover financially—if not mentally—in the wake of a business failure.

3 Ways to Make Big Savings in Your Small Business

Starting out with your small business can be an exciting but stressful time. Generally, any new venture requires a lot of time, capital, and passion to get it off the ground. A lack in any of these departments can land you in all kinds of trouble. The time and passion aspects of building your small business are central to your own work ethic. However, making sure your cash flow is in the best possible situation can sometimes be a little difficult for anyone new to entrepreneurial circles. It may be difficult to keep on top of your cash flow at a time in business that is notoriously volatile. Nonetheless, there are ways to make sure you are doing everything you can to keep costs down and profits up when you're starting out.

Tax Time for Your New Business: Here’s What You Can Deduct

If you’re planning to use your personal savings to launch a new business, you’ll be happy to hear that many of the costs you’ll incur are tax deductible.
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What’s the Best Way to Finance Your Company?

It's not easy to start and run a small business. Moreover, even if your business is already up and running, there could be times ahead when you'll still need to finance your company. Here we take a look at three ways you can finance your company.
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Want to Be a Restaurateur? Launching a Restaurant in 2018 and Beyond

Restaurants will always be in demand. What's more, they will always provide limitless opportunities for an entrepreneur who wants to be a restaurateur. However, that would-be restaurateur will also have to be willing to put in hard work and resources.

Banks vs. Alternative Lenders: Which Is Best for Small Businesses?

The financial crisis of 2008 is a decade behind us. However, the top financial challenge facing small business owners continues to be access to credit. When they do seek funds, they often turn first to those they know: main street banks. However, traditional loans are notoriously difficult to get, so small businesses are increasingly turning to alternative financing options.
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Need to Ramp Up Your Business’s Growth?

Whether your business is just a dream or something you're already deeply involved with, a professional loan can provide the boost your company needs. For operations of all sizes, credit can be an integral part of expansion, growth and success, and rather than seeing credit as a liability, it's important to recognize its role as an investment into the future of your business. To illustrate, here's a look at a few of the ways a professional loan can help ramp up your business's growth.

A few Profitable Businesses You’ve Never Thought Of

5 Profitable Businesses you Never Thought of How are you going about making money? What if you could make money with some of your craziest...

Franchising Picks Up In US, But Hurdles Remain

Reuters: Robert Penney has seen his financial future and it involves heaps of frozen yogurt. Penney and his wife, Dayna, purchased a Menchie's franchise, offering self-serve...

Employees Seek The Entrepreneurial Experience

Zeebiz.com: Around 70 percent employees wish for more entrepreneurial experience at their jobs, according to a new US survey. In a survey by a financial services...

How Americans Spend Their Money

'Tis the season for turning otherwise normal people into up-at-dawn, deal-seeking lunatics. What better time than the holidays to look at how consumers --...

Entrepreneurs Turn To 401(k)s To Fund Start-Ups

Don Poffenroth paged through a magazine on a flight several years ago when an article grabbed his attention: Entrepreneurs could use 401(k) savings to...

Entrepreneurs Turn 401(k) Into Startup Capital

When Don Poffenroth was reading through a magazine while on a flight a few years ago, his attention was drawn to a specific article...

Inventor Dad’s Anti-Obesity Toy Snapped Up

Brett Gifkins was frustrated with the amount of time his three sons were spending on the computer, so he began designing a toy that...

Downturn Has Many Opening Franchises

Daytona Beach News-Journal: In the weeks leading up to the opening of her new BounceU franchise, Kim Heinz of Tequesta spent several sleepless nights. "I left...

Entrepreneurs Flock To Franchises During Recession

MiamiHerald.com: In the weeks leading up to the opening of her BounceU franchise, Kim Heinz spent several sleepless nights. ''I left a job I had for...
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Digital Transformation: A Roadmap to Success

Digital transformation is larger than merely adopting new technologies. It is a journey wherein an organization embraces a new culture and changes its business processes and structure completely to better meet the needs of the future. 
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8 Up-and-Coming Places to Visit Before You Retire

Like many Americans, you probably cannot stop dreaming about your retirement. So, whether you are ready for matching beach chairs or planning an early retirement getaway, these eight locations are must-see places to visit before you retire. (And, hey, maybe you can actually retire there.)
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The Complete Guide to NRE Recurring Deposit Accounts

As a non-resident Indian (NRI), you can easily continue investing back home in India with an NRE (Non-Resident External) Recurring Deposit account. Here’s a guide to understanding how an NRE RD works.
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Expense Management Software Helps Prevent Expense Fraud

Around 80% of anti-fraud experts agree that expense fraud levels have increased dramatically over the pandemic. In other words, the problem of expense fraud is real, and companies need to find new ways to mitigate it as soon as possible.