The Insider: Money

Why You Should Fight for Your Right to Side Projects

Who said you have to get all your professional fulfillment (and income) from your day job? Ryan Stephens makes the case for side projects.

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3 Things to Stop Doing in Your Startup Right Now

Serial technology entrepreneur Brad Kendall warns startup founders which three early-stage business strategies they should never rely on.

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Thinking About Seeking Funding? What You Need to Know

Raising capital matters. Or does it? Eight successful young entrepreneurs share what they wish they knew before seeking startup funding.

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3 Ways to Infuse Your Work With Passion Again

You're never too busy (or too broke) to pursue something you're passionate about. Gabrielle Bernstein shares 3 ways to stay inspired at work.

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Protected: 4 Tools That Make Payments (From Anywhere) a Breeze

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The Truth About Raising Early-Stage Capital

Saul Garlick bought out his own nonprofit to start a for-profit company, and learned that raising cash and fundraising are worlds apart.

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12 Things Entrepreneurs Forget When Budgeting

Does your company budget have a few too many holes? Here are 12 crucial items to set aside cash for, from payroll tax to health care.

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Do Your Prices Accurately Reflect Your Freelance Services?

As a freelancer, don't sell yourself short. Heather Huhman shares exactly how to price your services and get what you deserve.

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4 Code-Free Steps to Launch Your Business Website

Tips, tools and steps for making your online business a reality -- even if you don't know how to code a website.

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Need Cash? Cut Your Spending in These 3 Areas First

Business profits shouldn't go directly into unnecessary overhead costs. Nick Friedman highlights three way your startup is wasting a ton of money.

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Is It Possible to Raise Capital From Family and Friends?

Every entrepreneur needs startup funding. Nathan Lustig shares five ways to raise money from family and friends instead of angels or VCs.

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How to Properly Cut Yourself a Paycheck

Finally, your startup is making enough money for you to start paying yourself. Find out how much you should actually be making as an entrepreneur.

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A Summer in Silicon Valley for Only $250?!

How much capital is required to start up? This teen entrepreneur survived a summer in the Silicon Valley on a very limited budget.

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Five Simple Ways to Make Some Extra Income

Whether you're looking to test out your entrepreneurial chops for the first time or are simply trying to raise some extra capital, Rishi Shah suggests a few small ways to make a large handful of money each month.

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Crucial Information Newbie Entrepreneurs Should Convey to Investors

First time starting up a business? Learn from the best: here are the most important pieces of information that an entrepreneur should be sure to convey to potential investors.

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From Six-Figure Salary to Bootstrapped Startup: Entrepreneur Week

Sometimes a startup can't get off the ground due to money matters outside an entrepreneur's control. Gary Whitehill shares the bootstrapping strategies he used to successfully launch Entrepreneur Week.

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The $100,000 Chris Rock Story

When strategically weighed, big risks can pay off big time. Rami Sethi earned a $100,000 scholarship for college, all thanks to controversial comedian Chris Rock.

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4 Ways to Boost Profits and Grow in the Green

Profitability is one of the most important metrics in business. Here are some tips for measuring progress and keep your business on the path to sustainable growth.

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Why Assumptions and Ego Don't Make for a Good Business Model

When serial entrepreneur Logan Lenz let his expectations get the best of him, he made a mistake that taught him the value of humility.

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3 Tips for Managing Personal Expectations

For young entrepreneurs, sometimes the biggest trap is thinking they should build business based on a perception of what a "real business" should look like.

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