Everyone loves a good cliche, but here’s a list of 5 finance cliches you probably won’t be using any time soon!
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If you’ve got an active business, you’re undoubtedly looking at things like end of the year deductions. But that about an inactive business?
About one million Americans experience some kind of job change each month, and many of them — millions, says the U.S. Chamber of Commerce — are starting their own businesses.
Not understanding how disability insurance works isn’t a good enough excuse for such a high risk either, so here’s a break-down of what it entails and how it works.
Entrepreneurs have a variety of skills, but there are three things they must know to do well in order to be successful.
Lorna Sixsmith is quite possibly the busiest woman in Ireland. She’s a mum, wife to a dairy farmer, farmerette, social media consultant, blogger, columnist and author. So how did she find time to run a crowdfunding campaign to raise money to publish her first book?
In this blog post, Lorna shares her experience of running the campaign, including motivation, strategy, highs and lows, challenges, achievements and lessons learned.
Although many businesses go under in the UK every year, the Insolvency Act and surrounding legislation has introduced formal Court procedures that can help a company escape the threat of liquidation and dissolution.
With the help of six simple guidelines, you’ll be able to plan your small business budget ably. But before we start the discussion, let’s find out about the significance of right budgeting and important budgeting techniques.
Five resources that you can tap into for your home based business funding needs.
Every start up business always needs financing and you can either shoulder it using your own fund if you have sufficient savings or to look for a business loan to get you started.