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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.
Meet chef Christopher Case. His comeback story is one not only of financial redemption but the happiness he found along the way.
By Jane Haskins
Retiring from a small business takes a lot of thought and advance planning. But the reward of a secure retirement and a future for your family can be more than worth the effort.
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 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 Pam Slim
Small business expert Pam Slim explains all the tools you need to manage marketing in 15 minutes a day. Download the free marketing toolkit.
By Jess Puccinelli
Do one thing less today to make you more productive tomorrow, and see how you can apply it to your personal life as well as your small business.
By John Hall
It’s important for business owners to maintain their mental strength so they can make it to the other side with their companies – and sound judgment – intact.
By John Hall
To avoid sabotaging your big idea, consider these five ways your ego may be getting in the way. John Hall discuss these pitfalls and ways to set yourself up for success.
By John Hall
It’s not about how many times you get knocked down, it’s about how many times you get back up. Read this guide on overcoming challenges and setbacks entrepreneurs face.
Watch as the contestants and hosts of Small Biz Battles discuss what it takes to survive and thrive in small business.