The short answer: Yes. The longer answer: It's very unlikely. Here's why.
by: Kate Lister | channel: Banking, Entrepreneurship, Financial News, Small Business Resource Center
Unfortunately, there's no dating-style website for banks...yet. So how do you find the perfect bank for your business?
by: Kate Lister | channel: Banking, Entrepreneurship, Small Business Resource Center
Our 1920s flying machines pre-dated the Four Ps of marketing, but those marketing points were still integral for growing our business.
by: Kate Lister | channel: Small Business Resource Center
Staffing companies, freelance job boards, and temporary help agencies are experiencing record growth as companies turn to outsourcing.
by: Kate Lister | channel: Entrepreneurship, Small Business Resource Center, Technology
Many of us know that we can save money by making coffee at home, but have you ever actually calculated how much? Learn how to save $1,500 on coffee.
by: Kate Lister | channel: Food and Drink
Wouldn't it be nice if you could run a free online coupon deal and wake up the next morning to learn you'd sold two thousand pre-paid dinners or event tickets? Maybe, maybe not.
by: Kate Lister | channel: Entrepreneurship, Small Business Resource Center
Your financial statements may not make the bestseller list, but they do tell an intriguing story — at least to a banker. Unfortunately, the tale they tell may be misleading.
Currently in beta-test, the browser plug-in InvisibleHand helps you find the lowest price when you shop online.
by: Kate Lister | channel: Shopping, Technology
Sure, times are tough, but that doesn't mean you can't have a little fun. Here are eight ideas that will allow you to enjoy some entertainment and save money, too.
by: Kate Lister | channel: Entertainment
Zero percent financing may not be as good a deal as it sounds. Many such deals are simply a bait-and-switch ruse. Even when they're legit, they can wreak havoc with your credit.
Deciding how, when, and to whom you extend credit, is just one part of an overall credit and accounts receivable management system.
Short of "payment in advance" terms, the only way to protect yourself from slow paying leeches and outright deadbeats is to have a good credit management process in place.
First quarter 2010 numbers are in, and Venture Capital investment in both dollars and deals were down. The good news, if you can call it that, is that it's better than Q1 2009.
Economic, environmental, and continuity of operations demands suggest that telecommuting is more than an HR perk.
There's nothing worse than having to chase down slow-paying customers. Oh wait, there is something worse: the ones who don't pay at all.
The quickest, easiest way to increase your income is to raise your prices. If you’re worried about losing customers, do the math. You’ll be surprised at how many yo
Your balance sheet and income statement tell a banker more about your business than you may think. You need to know what goes on in your banker’s head when reading your financia
The contractor model is particularly appealing in a down economy. However, what seems like a great way to save money may be costly if it's determined that your contractors are m
by: Kate Lister | channel: Entrepreneurship, Small Business Resource Center, Taxes
Do you have a business continuity plan? If not, you’d better keep reading. Your company’s financial well-being depends on it.
If every person in the U.S. with a telecommuting-compatible job worked at home on Earth Day, the one-day greenhouse gas savings would equate to taking 77,000 cars off the road
by: Kate Lister | channel: Career and Income, Green Living
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