Andrew J. Abernathey is managing member and founder of Ritaway Capital Management, a value-oriented boutique investment partnership.
On January 20, 2017, the Republican Party will take control of the House of Representatives, the Senate, and the presidency for the first time since 2006. What could this mean for the U.S. economy and for U.S. small businesses?
It’s easy to confuse small businesses and startups—after all, both seem very alike. But when you take a closer look, they couldn’t be more different, and that matters when it comes to finding the right funding.
When starting a business, it can be easy to rack up debt quickly as well as burn through startup capital. Here are a few ways to help keep yourself from getting buried in debt so you can continue to run a healthy business.
If you are caught in the frustrating limbo of having big plans but lacking the funding to launch them, crowdfunding can be a great first step to get your ideas off the ground.
If you’re facing an unexpected gap in cash flow, don’t panic. Today’s online lending marketplace has streamlined the loan application process, making it easier to get the funding you need.
We all need a break from time to time. But the cost of transportation, lodging, and meals can quickly add up, and even a short getaway can break the bank if you’re not careful. Read our list of suggestions on how to vacation on the cheap.
Being an entrepreneur—especially a successful one—is a gift not to be taken for granted. If you’re an entrepreneur yourself, you can probably relate to many of these things to be grateful for as a small business owner.
An overview of 15 key strategic, negotiating and diligence considerations involved in the typical sale of a privately held company, and the steps in-house counsel can take to better understand, prepare for and address these considerations and related issues.
If cash flow is tight, all you need to do is ask your vendors and suppliers one question to tip the scales in your favor.