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Business Plan

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 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 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 Serenity Gibbons
Most businesses don’t have steady revenue all year round. But for all your business cash flow problems, there’s a possible solution.
By Holly Johnson
To figure out what new business owners can do to get on solid financial footing from the beginning, we reached out to several experts who are making their businesses work one dollar at a time. Here's what they said.
Watch the all-new webisode and check out articles, videos and more from the set of Small Biz Battles: Food Truck Edition. Hosted by Danny Trejo and Daniel Shemtob with business mentor, David Weber.
Watch as the contestants and hosts of Small Biz Battles discuss what it takes to survive and thrive in small business.
By David Weber
David Weber, author of The Food Truck Handbook, offers his best advice for entrepreneurs starting out in the food truck industry.
Two food trucks go head-to-head on everything from burgers to business acumen in this all-new episode.
By Ryan Estis
There has never been a better time to do it and it’s worth the reminder: We only get one trip around the sun.
By David Kiger
What separates the small firms that win government contracts from the ones who don’t?
By Eillie Anzilotti
The Real Dill hadn’t yet become a formal company; the two friends were both still working full-time jobs, and very conscious of the 50% failure rate of small businesses.