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The Financial Side of the Startup – Interview with Lili Balfour

The Financial Side of the Startup – Interview with Lili Balfour

| December 10, 2013 | 1 Comment

Raising startup capital can be tricky.  Many startups fail before getting started because of financial limitations.  Despite the need of many young companies, banks aren’t exactly jumping at the chance to work with 20-30 year olds with a new business idea.  Due to the volatile nature of a startup and high failure rate, there is […]

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Six Creative and Solid Ways to Finance Your Business

Six Creative and Solid Ways to Finance Your Business

| January 25, 2013 | 8 Comments

Financing a business is one of the most challenging activities in running an enterprise, so much so that many businesses have gone down due to lack of funds. Sadly, this is a situation that could have been avoided if the owners knew where to source for funds. Some of the most dependable ways to accessing […]

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Traditional vs. Roth – One IRA to Rule Them All

Traditional vs. Roth – One IRA to Rule Them All

| August 24, 2012 | 1 Comment

My last post on saving money had some interesting comments (Thanks to everyone who reads, Likes, Tweets or comments!) that got me thinking about my next topic. I decided to take a specific topic (retirement accounts) and explore it a little more in-depth. I want to talk specifically about Roth IRA’s and how they can benefit savers […]

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3 Online Tools That Actually Help You Save Money

3 Online Tools That Actually Help You Save Money

| June 4, 2012 | 12 Comments

Generation Y was hit hard because of The Great Recession. Four years later and we’ve still got major credit card debt, student loans and underemployment. To make matters more interesting, many of us have decided to take on the route of entrepreneurship which can lead to unfixed income for quite some time. Now, I’m not […]

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5 Ways To Finance Your Startup

5 Ways To Finance Your Startup

| March 30, 2012 | 2 Comments

Your business is never going to get off the ground unless you have the money to do so. Most small businesses fail simply because they do not have the money to keep going. Employee salaries, equipment and supplies are all costs that can hinder the development of your company. Fortunately, you have many options when […]

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Should You Take on Debt to Grow Your Business?

Should You Take on Debt to Grow Your Business?

| December 29, 2011 | 6 Comments

Debt can be a scary thing especially in today’s economy. However, it is also crucial to growing and expanding any business. It can help you move forward faster and more efficiently than your competitors. You would find it difficult to find a small business owner who never took on any debt at any stage of […]

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6 Little Ways to Save Big Money in Your Daily Life

6 Little Ways to Save Big Money in Your Daily Life

| August 18, 2011 | 9 Comments

My name is Danny Kofke and I am currently a special education teacher in Georgia. I am also the author of the book “How To Survive (and perhaps thrive) On A Teacher’s Salary.” In addition, I have another personal finance book – “A Simple Book of Financial Wisdom: Teach Yourself (and your kids) How To […]

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4 Essential Aspects Of Your New Year Financial Plan

4 Essential Aspects Of Your New Year Financial Plan

| February 5, 2011 | 6 Comments

As a new year begins it is common for people to create resolutions for the new year, especially around financial planning. The new year is a great time to set financial goals and get yourself on the right track for the year. However, it is important that your financial goals are all encompassing and account […]

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Y One In Five Bankruptcies Are Under 30

Y One In Five Bankruptcies Are Under 30

| May 26, 2010 | 4 Comments

Figures from the Insolvency and Trustee Service of Australia show that one in five bankruptcies in Australia is someone under the age of 30. Some journalists say it’s because our brains are not fully developed, others argue it’s because we don’t fully appreciate consequences. I think you don’t have to look much further than the […]

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