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Determining what to pay your employees doesn't have to feel like a calculus test. Follow these tips for setting fair and equitable rates that won't break the bank.
A business plan is a road map for your future.
Need a business plan but your writing is less than award winning? Here are a few tips on how to create a masterpiece.
Research and planning are necessary steps to starting a business. Here are a few things to keep in mind.
Get capital for your business with a solid business plan.
Not sure how to format your business plan? Here are step-by-step instructions.
Don't know where to start? Here are the first steps, plus how to protect your business idea.
How to put together numbers for your business plan
Not sure why your plan isn't getting you anywhere? Check out what you should and shouldn't do.
Win over investors by knowing your business plan inside out.
Don't forget to include market information in your business plan.
A solid business plan and a knowledgeable team could help you get financing.
Determine what your customers need, and then go on from there.
Taking the time to tailor your proposal makes all the difference in the eyes of a client.
How to make investors an offer they can't refuse
How to determine how much to offer
Your pro forma is what gets investors interested. Make sure you do it right.
Don't forget about the not-so-obvious sources in your quest for cash.
Hiring a consultant shouldn't take the place of your own understanding of your business plan.
Your business plan is your business plan--so make sure it doesn't read like a template.
Your business plan isn't complete until you conduct market research. But where can you find the data you need?
Heed our warnings before you play this dangerous game.
If you're changing the structure of your company, then your business plan should change, too.
Learn how to publish, track and protect your business plan on the Internet.
Prove your worth to investors by showing them how you'll bring in the money.
How to present your business risks without scaring away investors
How to interest a large company in your idea--and why you might not want to
Sometimes it's not obvious who your competition is. Here's how to find out and present it in your business plan.
There are many reasons why you should revisit your business plan.
Wondering where to begin? Here's a step-by-step formula for success.
You can learn a lot by visiting your competitors.
Determining the salaries of your company's founders will impact both funding and friendship.