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A useful tactic for dealing with those who think you need to spend more, a luxury eccentricity helps deflect criticism while allowing you to indulge.
The new health insurance reform legislation adds both new requirements and perks for small businesses.
By understanding the expected value concept, and making realistic assessments of your odds of success, you can make better decisions about how to allocate limited resources.
As your business grows, you'll likely have other people paying money out. Tracking those expenses and, if need be, reimbursing them, requires a system that you can sign off on a
Today we found some great articles on how to get groceries for free, frugal date at home ideas, and tips for preparing for an interview.
To gain deeper insight into a candidate's capabilities, try these techniques for evaluating candidates with just a few résumé and work-related quirks.
Good management practices are far more important to your success than big piles of cash are. Here are a dozen tips to help you start and grow your business with little or no money.
Today we found some awesome articles on 43 ways to save money, foods you don't need to buy organic, and how to keep your head after losing your job.
Even if you think you have been ruthless about hunting down “leaks” in your budget during the downturn, you may be surprised to find that your company still has some.
Austin has a thriving tech startup community, and there is perhaps no better representative of its unique entrepreneurial culture than Bazaarvoice.
Being seen as a valuable member of your local community can keep you in mind for prospective customers or clients in a way that many other branding strategies can't.
These easy budget-slashing techniques will help you save more and happily live below your means.
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.
You can build your business credit fairly quickly and potentially eliminate the need for a personal guarantee if you plan for it from the outset.
Making your business a corporation or LLC only goes so far in protecting an owner's personal assets. Discover what you're responsible for.
Today we found some awesome articles on teaching young ones about frugality, ways to increase your income, and how to live on $40,000 or less.
When potential customers decided to purchase products from lower-cost sources, one regional business decided to go luxury instead...with great results.
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