You have a business idea. It's going to be great. But how do you raise the money to get it off the ground? Start here.
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Working from anywhere in the world is a freelancer's dream, but in order to make it a reality, you need the right office items.
Your small business doesn't need the latest high-cost software to get up and running. There are plenty of great options online for free.
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You don't need to stay plugged in to social media to promote your freelance career. Try these other ways to reel in clients.
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Forget marketing: Your small business only needs one very special thing to be truly successful.
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It's not easy for entrepreneurs to borrow without giving a personal guarantee.
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You're ready to start a small business, but not quite ready to quit your day job. With a little smart planning, you can do both.
Retirement is usually a time to relax — but for others, it's time to open their dream business. Is it really the right move?
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The life of a freelancer has its ups and downs. But when the downs are outnumbering the ups, it may be time to move on.
A credit card for your small business can be a great way to manage expenses (and earn rewards). There's just one catch.
More than half of American small business employees don't have a workplace retirement plan. Here's why your small business should offer one.
By weeding out prospects who have no intention to buy, you can devote more time to finding your ideal clients.
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