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How much pro bono work should you accept? How should you choose the customers? And how do you ensure these friendly freebies don't land you in the scope creep sinkhole?
There are two main strategies that buyers rely on to pay for a company: lump sums and financing.
Today we found some great articles on making extra money from home, working giving into your budget, and ways to spend your tax return.
Our employers give most of us a paycheck, health care, paid vacation — and that's about it. A lucky few of us also get flying lessons. Wait, what?
Getting insights from fellow shoppers who may have the same needs and concerns as I do is invaluable: enter customer-written product reviews. But there are pros and cons.
Unless you're a meteorologist, a quip about the weather will kill a conversation before it starts. Learn that and nine other small talk never dos.
There's no company that is perfect for an IPO. But there are certain signs that a business may be a better fit than others. I
The season for sinus pain is approaching. Sinusitis strikes everywhere, including at the office. Here are six tips for fighting sinusitis on the clock and saving those sick days.
Many business owners surmise that their accountant can do the job of both accounting and financial planning (or vice versa) when in fact, the two roles complement each other.
The name "Spider-Man" isn't exactly synonymous with "financial planning," but the web-slinger can still teach us some money lessons.
A new industry is springing to life using clever business development practices for product diversification and market expansion. The industry is cyber crime, and you're the mark.
There's great news for eBay users! On April 19th, big changes are coming that mean lower prices and a better buying and selling experience for everyone.
When the weather turns cool, bring on the warmth with these delicious and easy fall recipes fit for a crowd — including drinks!
Philanthropy can be built into the structure of your company and, depending on how you handle it, that philanthropy can improve your business.
Deliberate acts of friendliness can predictably reap payback. Here are ways you can save money.
It's great to be able to DIY your money, but some jobs require the skills of a pro. Be the smart about when to seek professional financial advice.
Never, ever, tell someone their baby is ugly — or, worse, their website. For some reason, people just don't want to know their website sucks.
Splitting your office, storefront, or warehouse with another business could help you save big...and not just on rent.
Today we found some great articles with tips on saving money at Starbucks, handling annoying coworkers, and unique ways to save on groceries.
Make 2011 your year of less stress by deconstructing these common worries.
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