When starting a new business startup, what is more important than passion, a great business plan, a strong work ethic, and a lot hype? Money! You can’t start a business without money and for many businesses, you’ll need more money than you have right now.
Although the financial crisis has taken a toll on small business funding all across the United States and the world, the environment may be getting a little more friendly to those looking to roll out their business startup.
When you’re about to open the doors of your business startup, either virtual or real, you have a tough balancing act to achieve. On one hand, you have to control your costs because money isn’t often plentiful and the source of that money is often your family’s reserves. On the other hand, there’s a big […]
You can start a business around a simple idea and bring a new dimension of success to your life. Some ventures take just a little effort in the beginning and then become easily operated as part-time business sidelines.
When you pitch your company to an angel investor, you already know that the experienced are more likely to invest. So you’ll want to remember that experienced investors also are inclined to prejudice about entrepreneurs. Having dealt with so many new corporations, the angels are simply conditioned to expect certain behavior. If you make sure […]
Starting a business takes a lot of money, right? It’s no secret that some businesses takes five or six figures worth of funding but some businesses, which can be just as successful as those high cost startups can come to life with less than $1,000 in startup funds.
You started with a dream and from there you formed a business plan, developed products or services, and even found a site for your new business. There’s only one thing left that you need: Money.
Most small business owners are already aware of most of the tax deductions that they can earn after creating a corporation. But Bankrate.com‘s Marcia Passos Duffy says there are some less common ways to save money on taxes.