These days, angel investors are giving fewer dollars to women business owners – and making fewer deals with them. But perhaps it won’t stay that way.
Money & Funding
If you want information about small business funding, you've come to the right place. We've rounded up the most common sources of funding for startups, from friends and family money to Kickstarter campaigns, from SBA loans to venture capital. You'll also find some information about small business grants for women.
Inc. magazine and media company ShoulderUp WOW are now accepting applications from promising, innovative women entrepreneurs.
Hey, pandemic-era startups. Here’s a primer on forming a limited liability company.
The dating app founder will join a shockingly small list of women founders of publicly traded companies.
Independent contractors, freelancers, and gig workers qualify for this relief.
It was a challenging year. And now, it’s tax season. Learn how Covid-19 impacts your taxes.
Ashley Lee was determined to shore up her finances — and she did it.
For Women-Owned Businesses, Bouncing Back Is Not a Reality at the Moment. These Corporations Are Trying to Help
Verizon and Lowe’s are offering cash grants and mentorship. ThirdLove wants to help female entrepreneurs of color.
According to a new study, the pandemic could wipe out gains that women business owners have made in raising venture capital.
After a rollercoaster experience applying for loans through the Paycheck Protection Program, women-owned businesses wonder how soon they’ll get funds.
Yes, the world is still in flux, but there are things we know for sure, writes Barbara Weltman.
As social distancing projections extend, business owners are becoming increasingly worried about the fates of their firms. Here are some options available for economic assistance.
Women entrepreneurs: If you’re worried about the effects of coronavirus on your cash flow, the U.S. government may be able to help.
Today, more women than ever are running billion-dollar startups. That might have something to do with a law called HR 5050: Women’s Business Ownership Act of 1988.
Deborah Sweeney of MyCorporation offers these easy tips for prepping for the 2020 tax season.