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Tips to Balancing Your Personal vs. Business Finances

For solopreneurs or owners of microbusinesses — small businesses with nine or fewer employees — it can be difficult to manage both your personal and business finances. You might find

​Figuring Out How to Find Clients Shouldn’t Be Difficult

Don’t start your business without thinking through how your company will get customers. Learn four quick strategies for getting more clients here.

SOTM – The Influencer Institute: Forming an Online Business in the Digital Marketing Space

The Influencer Institute, our February featured company, fills a key gap in the digital marketing industry. Get inspired to start your own business today!

Are Business Savings Accounts Necessary?

Do you have a business savings account? Many business owners don’t. Here’s what our followers said — and why getting one might be a good idea for solopreneurs.

Should You Hire a Lawyer for Your LLC?

Wondering if you need to use an attorney to form an LLC? Learn more about the situations where an LLC attorney can help your business here.

Is It Possible to Start a Business While Working 9 to 5?

Wondering whether it’s possible to start a side business while keeping your full-time job? You can! Read more here from someone who’s done just that.

Is Wyoming a Good State to Form a Business If I’m a Digital Nomad?

Wondering about the logistics of starting an LLC in Wyoming, or whether Wyoming is a good choice for your digital nomad business? Read more here.

How to Stay on Top of Your Small Business Bookkeeping

Avoid the disastrous consequences of keeping poor financial records — learn how to improve your small business bookkeeping.

New Law for D.C. LLCs: The Real Estate LLC Transparency Amendment Act

Have a Washington, D.C. LLC? Learn more about how this new D.C. LLC law could affect your business, and whether owners are allowed to remain anonymous.

How Is an LLC the Same or Different From a Business License?

While an LLC operates on state statutes, getting a business license is much more specific. Licensees are authorized to operate in a geographical area — most commonly the county or city in which you are based.