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Melissa Clark

Branding can determine rise and fall of a small business

Branding and name recognition can offer entrepreneurs an advantage when it comes to staying head of the competition. In an economy where consumers are watching their dollars and revenue may

New York sees spike in business incorporation applications

News that the national economy is on the rise is supported by evidence that more small businesses are forming in the country’s business capital – New York. According to BizJournals.com,

Expert: ‘Now’s the time’ to start a business

USA Today’s Steve Strauss says that now is “a great time” to start a corporation, and he says entrepreneurs looking to take advantage of this prime moment should keep their

Small businesses turning to angel investors

Recent research by the Center for Venture Research shows that angel investors are helping more entrepreneurs than ever get the early-stage funding they need to start a corporation. The study

Small business owners share financing tips for startups

As business owners get into the swing of 2010 finances, it may be worthwhile to consider theDiscover Small Business Watch‘s top financing tips for the new decade. The tips are

Business loans up 57 percent in California

Looking for money to start a corporation? Entrepreneurs in need of finances for startups may be well-advised to undergo business incorporation in California. According to report from the Press-Enterprise, the state’s businesses

Important healthcare considerations for company owners

For entrepreneurs considering forming a company, the newly passed healthcare reform could affect small businesses – or it may not. ZaneBenefits.com offers some insight on which SMBs will be impacted

SBA: Capital infusion will help small businesses

The U.S. Small Business Administration is putting an emphasis on making capital accessible to small businesses and entrepreneurs forming an LLC in order to stimulate economic recovery. Karen Mills, head of the

Shareholder litigation should be held in state of incorporation, law professor advises

William A. Franke, a Stanford law professor, recently gave the annual Widener University School of Law Pileggi lecture in which he advised public corporations to institute provisions that require the

A Guide to Establishing a Retirement Plan

Entrepreneurs who have started an LLC, S-Corporation, C-Corporation or sole proprietorship can find retirement plan guidance on a website recently launched by the U.S. Department of Labor and the American