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SCORE is proud to partner with Verisign to offer this free, nonline training event for small business owners. "Power Up Your Small Business" with training from leading small business experts on starting, marketing, and funding your business. Click here to register and watch the
Did you know that April was Financial Literacy Month? I was tempted to call it a celebration, but admittedly, “celebration” would have been an overstatement. I understand that most entrepreneurs are more excited about their core business rather than the financial responsibilities like
Anyone who’s missed a credit card payment even once knows the feeling: Absolute dread in the pit of your stomach and a paralyzing fear that your financial prospects are ruined. If you own a business, that nagging worry about keeping up with your credit cards, payment history and FICO
Click here to watch "Access to Capital and Business Loans" Cash is the lifeblood of any business yet access to capital, managing business finances, and navigating sources of finance are some of the most challenging areas for business owners and can make or break any enterprise
An annual study on the economic outlook for small businesses is out, and it has sunny news for entrepreneurs, except for one dark cloud. A whopping 81 percent of small businesses in Dun & Bradstreet and Pepperdine University’s 2016 Economic Forecast expect their companies to perform
Are you thinking of approaching an angel investor to put money into your start-up or to help you scale up? Before you start contacting local angels, you should understand what they look for, so you make sure you are approaching the right angel groups and providing them with the information they
If you’ve ever watched Shark Tank, you might recognize the cast of “sharks” as angel investors. Each shark has seen considerable success in business in the past and wants to put their personal money toward exciting new ideas. And boy, do they invest. Sometimes the sharks offer
If you’re planning to start your own business, you probably already know that startup capital is difficult to come by. Especially if the amount you need is relatively small (under $100,000), banks are reluctant to lend to you. The time and effort of the paperwork involved isn't worth
Have you considered crowdfunding for your small business but thought it was too complicated or too risky? Did you think it was just an option for one-off projects instead of long-term business sustainability? As crowdfunding gains popularity, more options are becoming available for small-
It seems as if every day, I hear about another Millennial entrepreneur launching an innovative new business. Indeed, more than half (51 percent) of Millennials (ages 18-34) either own or would like to own a business someday, according to a recent survey by the Small Business Majority. But

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