Before you take the major step of presenting your idea, ask yourself these six questions to determine whether or not your idea is truly fundable.
If you own a capital-intensive business or won't turn a profit for a few years, your personal investment probably won't be enough to keep your startup going.
No matter how amazing your business idea is, if you don't dazzle potential investors during your pitch, you're not likely to get the funding you need.
With the Recession behind us, lenders are more willing to fund small businesses. Learn how recent changes are increasing your chances of landing a loan in 2015.
Navigating business finances can be tough if you don't understand vital accounting terms. Here's a list of vocabulary to help you better manage your books.
Looking to hire the perfect bookkeeper? You want competence, good communication and a good fit for your business. Here's a list of the questions you need to ask.
A line of credit offers a bit more flexibility than a traditional business loan. Read all about it here, and decide which one is right for your small business.
Handling your business administrative and accounting needs can be overwhelming and time consuming.