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The Three Things Your Business Plan Absolutely Must Have Business columnist Rieva Lesonsky outlines three things you need to consider in order to craft a fresh and effective business plan. View
Understanding Trademarks and Deciding if You Need One View
How to Turn Around a Failing Company Presented by FreeEnterprise.com. Corey L. Massella offers advice about saving and revitalizing a failing business. View
Why a Big Business Should Still Be Entrepreneurial Companies are built on entrepreneurial principles, but the same traits, which fostered initial success, can be the first to fall to the wayside as a business grows. Keep your company riding the fine line between small shops and big business by focusing on these top startup traits: View
Master Your Business Plan SCORE ExpertAnswers Whether you're starting up or running an established company, an up-to-date business plan is critical for planning and reaching your goals. In this issue of SCORE ExpertAnswers, SCORE Mentor Mark Lowenstein provides expert advice on mastering this essential business tool... View
Planning for the New Year Steve Strauss, founder of www.theselfemployed.com, gives advice for planning for small business success in the New Year. View
How to Create a Comprehensive Business Plan Use this guide to create a thorough and exhaustive business plan for your business. View
What is a Non-Profit? Recent counts by the National Center for Charitable Statistics estimate that there are currently more than 1.5 million active nonprofits in the United States. With a business structure so popular, you’d think it would be easy to describe what exactly a nonprofit is; however, if you can do... View
Charity Registration Checklist If your nonprofit is planning to actively engage in public fundraising, you’ll need to register the nonprofit as a charity in most states before you begin soliciting donations. Below, you’ll find a checklist of everything you need to do to make sure the job is done right.  View
Nonprofit Corporations vs. For-Profit Corporations What is the difference between a nonprofit corporation and a regular for-profit corporation? Aside from the name, the two entities can be separated by other differences ranging from the way each is operated to various tax implications. Below, you’ll find an in-depth analysis of for-profit... View