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By Amanda Abella
As a business owner, you need to have a financial team in place. While a part of this your own work, it’s better to rely on a team to balance out your weaknesses with their strengths.
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.
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.
By Barry Bridges
Consider the following advice for improving your cash flow and keeping the momentum going.
By Jessica Sommerfield
I had the opportunity this week to chat with a small business owner from my local farmers market. I'd like to share a few lessons I gleaned from our conversation.
By Renzo Costarella
If you’re able to budget properly, then there will always be enough capital for you to grow your business.
By Kaitlyn Hammond
According to Reevoo, shoppers are 67 percent more likely to buy after reading negative reviews as compared to the average shopper, but this only works if you have a strategy to deal with the problem.
By David Leto
From the moment you start a new business, you expose yourself to many risks. Fortunately, you can take the right steps to protect your business with the right insurance policies.
By Pat Mertz Esswein, Kiplinger's Personal Finance, and Associate Editor
Father and daughter co-founders of a Texas-based olive oil company share stories about what led them to start their venture and what helps them thrive.
By Kara Perez
Here are three business habits that are essential to rock as a small company.