Starting a new business often involves numerous decisions and details- especially when it comes to its legal set up. If your time and money are limited then you want to do what you can to get your business going on the right foot and save yourself some headaches down the road.
There are three things certain in life: death, taxes… and the fact that today’s cutting edge electronic device will become a virtual obsolete dinosaur in a couple of years. How can small business owners keep up with the tech trends while keeping money in their coffers?
As the circus that is Washington continues to produce the greatest show on earth guaranteed to bring you to tears (either from crying or laughter) there are some vital lessons to be had. Business owners, take heed.
If you are going to need outside financing to get your new business up and running, then where do you start? These days, as credit becomes harder to come by and personal equity shrinks for the majority of Americans, the answer may not be so simple. The Frugal Small Business Start-up Series has been updated and combined [...]
Many aspiring business owners may approach the task of writing a business plan with a “let’s get it over with” attitude; they may even try to completely avoid doing it. But this one seemingly inglorious, laborious task has the potential to save a lot of headache, heartache, and money down the road. The Frugal Small Business [...]
Being a business blogger isn’t always so easy. Aside from having to produce quality content and build up a dedicated following within a saturated business blogoshere, once you decide to express yourself online you are taking a risk. You are constantly opening yourself up to criticism and maybe even harassment, and that can be disconcerting, [...]