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One of the trickiest pieces of the startup puzzle can be figuring out logistics. You've got great ideas but how will everything get from point A to point B?
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Getting the cash flow you need during retirement is a process that should start now, no matter your age. The earlier you start, the better off you'll be.
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Just because big banks aren't lending to small businesses doesn't mean you don't have options. Find out how to get funding without the bank's help here.
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Venture capital funding is not right for every kind of business. If you decide to approach a VC, get the basics right before making first contact.
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Accounting
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Small business expert Denise O'Berry explains how to make sure you stay on top of cash flow, along with the steps you should take if you discover a gap.
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Strategic Plan
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Smart business leaders know that they need a solid strategic plan for their company. However, success only comes when you engage the culture to help.
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Xero and QuickBooks are in an epic battle for your small business accounting. We get down & dirty talking about what makes each one a great app opportunity.
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Many mid-size businesses are run by a CEO alone. But an effective board that includes outside board members has saved many a company from ruin.
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A business can often find itself in a position where it requires cash for immediate expenses. Here's what you need to know about invoice financing.
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Breaking piggy bank
Do you have a great idea for a business, but you're short on cash? If you own a qualified retirement account, you can use this to fund your new business.
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Conference
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How can you make the most from a conference event? You meet a lot of people, shake hands, and gather business cards, but you can only do so much during the event. These...
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High Taxes
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If you are a "retired" business owner who still receives income from your business, there is a chance for you to reduce your tax liability.
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Business plan concept
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Creating a business plan is key to the success of your business. Companies with business plans are twice as likely to successfully grow their businesses.
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business-stress
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As a venture capital and angel investor who has heard many pitches, I've compiled a list of mistakes and things to avoid if you're an entrepreneur seeking angel or venture financing.
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Data
Filed In: Business Planning and Finance
Most businesses are not yet making adequate use of "small data," which comes without the big price tag. Here's how to use small data to your advantage.
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Happy and Sad
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Business failure is awful; but there is a pain that affects many businesses: business mediocrity. Here's how to turn a mediocre
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break down in negotiations
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Negotiating a deal in a systematic, conscious way is both an art and a science. Here are 10 of the most common mistakes to avoid making in a negotiation.
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business systems
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Business owners need to find a balance between creative innovation that spurs company growth and business systems that keep a company running smoothly.
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Many people are launching their own coaching, consulting, or service business. Duct Tape Marketing's John Jantsch shares seven important steps to building a winning practice.
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So you want to expand your department, develop a product or launch a campaign? Here are five steps to getting your business case approved before you even write it.
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Definitions for: limited recourse finance
limited recourse finance

  1. financing arrangement where the lender can require the borrower to repay only in special conditions that are spelled out in the loan agreement itself, and otherwise must look to the collateral as a source of repayment. Borrowers may have to pay more for limited recourse financing. See also nonrecourse loan.
  2. indirect lending arrangement where a dealer sells installment sales contracts to a bank, which assumes responsibility for collection of the debt as a holder in due course, and the dealer's liability for losses incurred by the bank is limited by contract. The bank's recourse against the dealer expires after a specified period.

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