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Financial Tips for Small Business Owners
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Freelancing to earn income is a way of life and work that has many pros and cons. If you are contemplating a move to become self-employed and risk the ups and downs of self-employment, consider the experiences of current freelancers. Chief among ...
Whether or not one makes enough money depends on how much money is enough. 57.7% of freelancer respondents to a recent CreditDonkey.com survey said they are not making enough money to sustain the type of life they want to live.
With the advent of no-haggle pricing and its widespread advertising among car dealers, you might think consumers really don't want to negotiate prices. But you'd be wrong, according to a recent CreditDonkey.com survey that found almost half of ...
Independent small and medium-sized businesses need to offer more electronic payment options, if they want to compete with online and big box retailers.
When it comes to the shopping preferences of U.S. consumers, reports on the deaths of PCs and brick & mortar stores have been greatly exaggerated, says a new survey by CreditDonkey.com.
With credit being the lifeline to small businesses, our new educational infographic helps small business owners learn how to build credit.
Despite telecommuting's promise of big cost savings and increased productivity, most businesses aren't ready to let employees work at home yet.
39% of business owners with no employees started their business with less than $5000 in startup capital, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration. Our research infographic illustrates where home business owners go for startup capital.
As over half of Americans forego sleep in search of a deal on Black Friday, we've prepared an infographic to help small business owners thrive in the upcoming Black Friday holiday shopping weekend.
With more than 17% of the self-employed workers in America classifying themselves as independent contractors or freelancers, the number of individuals who earn a living off of freelance work is on the rise.