After some bumpy years, there are more sources of funding than ever for small businesses. Here’s where to look.
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.
MyCorporation CEO shares three insights that can save your small business a lot of money in the long run.
Many new businesses use a combination of funding sources to get startup capital. But how do you know what’s best for your new business? Strategy consultant Jessica Oman, looks at the pros and cons of each resource.
If you have been thinking about starting up a side business, summer is the perfect time to get the ball rolling. Here’s what legal paperwork you may need.
Things you need to do NOW to ensure that you get on the first wave of money flowing into new startups, once equity crowdfunding is legalized.
The passage of the American Taxpayer Relief Act extended a number of tax deductions which could benefit small businesses.
Laura Zander, who started Jimmy Beans Wool as a hobby and turned it into a multi-million dollar business, offers advice on how to grow with limited funds.
I was a commercial banker in a regional New England bank. I worked with all kinds of organizations – from start-ups to multinational companies.
One of the hardest things for women entrepreneurs is asking for money. This widespread weakness among women entrepreneurs is one of the main reasons why women-owned businesses face such a challenge joining the big league.
Times have been hard recently – especially for start-up businesses trying to get funded. Whether trying to find investors in your company or secure a loan from a bank, these days, just getting through the front door can be a challenge.