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Starting A Nonprofit

May 25, 2016

Starting a nonprofit doesn’t necessarily mean you can quit your day job right away, but like any small business owner, you could eventually earn enough from your nonprofit to justify a full-time salary for you and your staff.

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The Challenges That All Women Entrepreneurs Face

May 19, 2016,

Courage often manifests itself differently for women than for men. This article looks at women entrepreneurs and the specific challenges they face.

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Stories: Powerful Tools in Your Marketing Toolbox

May 16, 2016,

Stories are deeply tied to the way we capture information, attach meaning and retain data. Read how you can use stories in your small business marketing strategy.

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Simple Steps for Starting Your Business

Ready to start your dream business? The Simple Steps for Starting Your Business courses can help you determine if starting a business is right for you. Read more

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Loan Amortization Schedule

Amortizing a loan means paying it down, a small amount at a time. This template will help you develop a loan amortization schedule. Read more

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Business Planning Tools for Nonprofits

Without financial self-sufficiency, non-profit organizations cannot choose their direction or concentrate on their mission. This guide is about a great American institution and a ... Read more

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Sales Forecast (12 months)

Forecasting sales of your product or service is the starting point for the financial projections. The sales forecast is the key to the whole financial plan, so it is important to... Read more

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9 Ways to Bolster Your Offline Business Reputation

Much like location is everything in real estate, reputation can be everything to a small business. Reputation is one area small firms have always felt they can beat out even the... Read more

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Startup Financing Basics: Debt vs. Equity

December 23, 2015

If you are seeking financing to start your new business, it's important to understand the difference between the two basic types of financing: debt and equity. Here's a closer look.

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