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Discover this new free tool to maximize your cash

Cash is king. That’s one of the important lessons Jeff Bezos ­ the wizard of cash flow – has taught the business world over the last decade or so. But to maximize cash flow and other key performance indicators, you need to understand how all the moving parts of your company’s financial ecosystem are working […]

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Fill in the Gaps: Tips for New Business Owners

Whether you sell surfboards, make coffee, formulate craft beer or sell paperclips in mass bulk, you’re an expert on your product and the people that buy it. But that doesn’t mean you know the basics of running a business (accounting, invoicing, networking, social media), and that’s OK. You don’t have to be a jack-of-all-trades and […]

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What is the Loan Amount Your Business Can Afford?

By Meredith Wood So you want to apply for a small business loan. You go through the application process, and the lender lets you know how much you can qualify for (this tends to be around 8 to 12% of your annual revenues). You may know the loan amount you want or need, but how do […]

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Small Business Owners: Keeping the American Dream Alive

Sometimes small business owners can feel besieged. Big businesses have advertising and marketing budgets that dwarf their total yearly receipts. The corporate honchos and their high-salaried lobbyists have the ear of our lawmakers. Politicians only seem to care about small businesses during election cycles. But despite swimming upstream against these insanely strong currents, small business […]

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The ‘Shark Tank’ Judges Are Asking These Questions – So Should You

  By Brian Hamilton Shark Tank can be a tough show to watch if you’re an entrepreneur. I often find it difficult to enjoy, since I empathize so much with the people coming on the show to pitch their businesses. I get nervous for these contestants because, like most entrepreneurs, I’ve been in similar situations. Believe me, business […]

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Debate: Harder for men or women to get a job?

Watch the latest video at video.foxbusiness.com FBN’s Charles Payne, Heritage Capital President Paul Schatz, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, small business expert Susan Solovic, retail analyst Hitha Herzog and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on the shifting demographics in the job market.

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Touchdown, IRS?

It’s Week Nine of the 2013 football season, and millions of Americans are following every play. The Kansas City Chiefs are still undefeated. The New York Giants have finally won a couple of games. And playoff races are already starting to take shape. (Bengals, anyone?) So, what does any of this have to do with taxes?   […]

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How to Reduce the Biggest Expense of Your Life: Taxes

Financial Engineer Discusses Ways to Troubleshoot Unnecessary Financial Burdens Taxes account for the most expensive burden you’ll experience in your lifetime, says engineer-turned-independent financial planning coach Rao K. Garuda. In addition to federal, state, city and death taxes, there are 59 other varieties. Relatively few taxes, however, account for the bulk of the burden on […]

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From Road Rage to Workplace Rage: Watch Out for Angry Employees and Customers.

Although there are signs the economy is slowing recovering, millions of people are under-employed or unemployed.  Personal financial stress can take its toll on your emotional and physical well-being.  And you don’t leave all of that stress at home when you go to work every day.  At work there are the normal business challenges, but […]

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Small Businesses Positive About Revenue and Local Economies

Small businesses appear to be more optimist about their financial position, but they still aren’t ready to hire, according to a new report.  Capital One’s Spark Small Business Barometer for the second quarter found that 45 percent of small businesses across the country are reporting that they believe their financial position will be better in […]

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