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Visualize your business by the numbers. Knowing the nitty-gritty will help steer you toward success.

By Marsha Barnes
Learn how to free up cash flow and think beyond traditional small business loan options in this guide by small business owner and finance expert, Marsha Barnes.
By Marsha Barnes
This guide will give you tips and suggestions to help you determine which solutions can help you run your business effectively.
By Jane Haskins
If you have something in writing that says who is going to do what and when, the potential for misunderstandings goes way down. By doing so, there is a greater chance you will get exactly what you bargained for.
By Jane Haskins
With the new tax law in place, understanding your options starts with knowing how businesses are taxed and the reasons people form corporations, LLCs, and other business entities.
By Elaine Pofeldt
Bootstrapping a small business or setting yourself up as a full-time solopreneur usually means taking some financial risks. Here are a few ways to rev up cash flow when every penny counts.
By Elaine Pofeldt
Raising your prices takes courage, but it’s often the only way to grow revenue when you’re a freelancer, solopreneur, or running a small service business. Here are five steps to guide you through the process - without losing your clients.
By Carey Wodehouse
Keeping track of your day-to-day financials is crucial, which is why hiring a good bookkeeper can quickly pay for themselves in their ability to help protect you. But what’s the ROI of hiring a bookkeeper, and how much will it cost?
By Analisa Sande
As with any start-up, an e-commerce venture must be approached in a systematic and prepared manner. Get off on the right foot and you’ll find it easier to grow.
By Jess Puccinelli
There comes a time in every business owners journey when sales slow. Before you throw in the towel, take these four major steps to reinvigorate sales. 
By Serenity Gibbons
Let’s take a look at some of the most important items you’ll negotiate in your business, and why they’re so important.
By Ankit Agarwal
Taxes can be one of the most important tasks associated with running a businesss. With this in mind, here are several basic things you need to know.
By Ankit Agarwal
A bank will look at your company's history, business credit, revenues and balance sheet. If you pass the credit check, they will also require a guarantee that their loan will be repaid: Collateral.