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I Sold My Business … Now What?
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I Sold My Business … Now What?

The rich cash infusion that comes from selling a business can create a liquidity conundrum that's a challenge to manage.
August 3, 2021
COVID Sparked a Surge of Generosity
Coronavirus and Your Money

COVID Sparked a Surge of Generosity

One big focus among donors: charities that address food insecurity.
July 29, 2021
How to Boost Your Financial Savvy
Women & Money

How to Boost Your Financial Savvy

Women need to know how financial knowledge can help them take care of their families and themselves.
July 28, 2021
Guiding Your Company with Business Continuity Planning
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Guiding Your Company with Business Continuity Planning

As they say, if you fail to plan, you’re planning to fail. And you don’t want your business to fail, so get planning! Here are some concepts to keep i…
July 25, 2021
Why 99% of Business Owners are Leaving Money on the Table
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Why 99% of Business Owners are Leaving Money on the Table

From starting your business to running it, growing it and finally setting it up for a successful transition when the time comes, there are a host of c…
July 11, 2021

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The Most Expensive Natural Disasters in U.S. History
Economic Forecasts

The Most Expensive Natural Disasters in U.S. History

Wind, water, fire and drought have all wreaked havoc on the United States. What’s been the worst?
July 1, 2021
Financial Health Checklist for Small Business Owners
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Financial Health Checklist for Small Business Owners

Keeping your company up and running is more than a full-time job, so it’s easy to overlook some key steps toward keeping your company – and yourself –…
June 30, 2021
What Role Should Your Children Play in Your Business Succession Plan?
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What Role Should Your Children Play in Your Business Succession Plan?

A well-structured business succession plan covers a lot of ground: taxes, trust strategies, market valuations and much more. But some of the trickiest…
June 28, 2021
How to Lose Your Dough Investing in a Pizza Restaurant
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How to Lose Your Dough Investing in a Pizza Restaurant

Who doesn’t love pizza? That’s great, but just loving pizza won’t cut it when you hope to open a successful pizza place.
June 26, 2021
Tough Times for a Family Business
Business Costs & Regulation

Tough Times for a Family Business

His dry-cleaning operation was rocked by the pandemic, but he is staying optimistic.
June 24, 2021
Business Owners Need an Exit Strategy When They Are Ready to Retire
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Business Owners Need an Exit Strategy When They Are Ready to Retire

If you are looking to sell your business and retire, you need to understand what your company is worth, what documents you must have ready and who the…
June 23, 2021
How to Protect Your Business When an Employee Gets Divorced
Divorce

How to Protect Your Business When an Employee Gets Divorced

When one of your workers goes through a divorce, like it or not, your company can get pulled into the fray. It’s in your best interest (as well as the…
June 15, 2021
IRS Gives Truckers a Tax Break in Response to the Colonial Pipeline Shutdown
Tax Breaks

IRS Gives Truckers a Tax Break in Response to the Colonial Pipeline Shutdown

The tax penalty for using dyed diesel fuel for highway use is temporarily suspended.
May 13, 2021
5 Mind-Altering Wealth Strategies for Successful Business Owners
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5 Mind-Altering Wealth Strategies for Successful Business Owners

Your company is a tool for building wealth. Learn how to develop your mindset to catapult you to the next level of financial success just by changing …
May 6, 2021
Our "K-Shaped," Uneven Economic Recovery
Economic Forecasts

Our "K-Shaped," Uneven Economic Recovery

Confidence is key to the recovery, but the sentiment depends on consumers’ financial circumstances.
April 29, 2021
Reliving a Harlem Renaissance
Business Costs & Regulation

Reliving a Harlem Renaissance

After a tough winter, two sisters look forward to reviving their restaurant’s business.
April 29, 2021
37 Ways to Earn Extra Cash in 2021
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37 Ways to Earn Extra Cash in 2021

We flag a wide variety of cool side hustles to earn bonus bucks to cover expenses expected and unexpected as we begin to emerge from the pandemic lock…
April 8, 2021
COVID-19-Weary Business Owners Can Win by Adopting the Right Mindset for a Sale
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COVID-19-Weary Business Owners Can Win by Adopting the Right Mindset for a Sale

Your business has survived the pandemic, but it’s taken a toll. Here are some reasons why now may be a good time to sell, and some points to keep in m…
March 31, 2021
PPP Loan Basics for Small Business Owners
Coronavirus and Your Money

PPP Loan Basics for Small Business Owners

Although uncertainty and confusion have surrounded the Paycheck Protection Program since its launch, that shouldn't stop small business owners from pa…
March 30, 2021
Add a VPN to Surf the Internet Safely
Technology

Add a VPN to Surf the Internet Safely

To help you fight identity theft, consider adding a VPN.
March 20, 2021
New Financial Challenges for Women with Marguerita Cheng
Women & Money

New Financial Challenges for Women with Marguerita Cheng

The COVID-19 pandemic and accompanying recession have been particularly hard on women, who've lost millions of jobs. Financial planner Marguerita Chen…
March 8, 2021
Claim These "Above-the-Line" Deductions on Your Tax Return (Even If You Don't Itemize)
Tax Breaks

Claim These "Above-the-Line" Deductions on Your Tax Return (Even If You Don't Itemize)

If, like most people, you claim the standard deduction instead of itemized deductions on your return, there are still many other tax deductions availa…
March 5, 2021
Flying This Summer? What to Expect
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Flying This Summer? What to Expect

Depending on your destination, you may need to show a negative COVID test or even prove you’ve been vaccinated.
February 23, 2021
Biden Steers PPP Loans to Smallest Businesses
Coronavirus and Your Money

Biden Steers PPP Loans to Smallest Businesses

For two weeks, mom-and-pop businesses will move to the front of the line for Paycheck Protection Program loans.
February 22, 2021
Small-Business Owners Can Be Divided into 2 Camps – Which Are You?
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Small-Business Owners Can Be Divided into 2 Camps – Which Are You?

The financial complexities of being a small-business owner are vast regardless of the “camp” they reside in. Juggling business needs with personal fin…
February 17, 2021