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Finance

by Guest Contributor on September 1, 2011

Should You Turn to Credit Cards for Capital?

by Guest Contributor on September 1, 2011

Many small businesses are using credit cards as a source of capital. Should you, as a women entepreneur, do the same?

by Guest Contributor on August 22, 2011

The Risk of Not Planning for Living a Long Life

by Guest Contributor on August 22, 2011

Women are at a higher risk of outliving their assets than men. It is never too early to start securing your financial future.

by Joanna Pineda on March 1, 2011

Make Your Accounting System Do More Than Count Your Pennies

by Joanna Pineda on March 1, 2011

Make Your Accounting System Do More Than Count Your Pennies

by Guest Contributor on February 23, 2011

Your Credit, Your Business and Your Family: Keeping Everything in Order

by Guest Contributor on February 23, 2011

As a woman and an entrepreneur, you’ll have some of the same concerns regarding credit and financing as your male counterparts. It is possible, however, that there will also be some unique issues surrounding your business that should be minded very carefully. Among these is the issue of handling your finances as a family so [...]

by Shonali Burke on December 20, 2010

Three Strategies To Position Your Business For The Long-Term

by Shonali Burke on December 20, 2010

Three Strategies To Position Your Business For The Long-Term

by Shonali Burke on September 22, 2010

Equity Matters

by Shonali Burke on September 22, 2010

Of note Springboard Enterprises’ Equity Matters Seminar in Washington, D.C. is coming up on September 24. The Equity Matters Seminar Series introduces women business owners and emerging/aspiring entrepreneurs to the sources and uses of capital to launch and grow their businesses. This fall’s seminar draws on the expertise of successful entrepreneurs, lenders, and investors. It [...]

by Shonali Burke on July 6, 2010

Your Retirement: On Target

by Shonali Burke on July 6, 2010

Fairytale gone wrong Once upon a time, about 15 years ago, a fierce dragon was terrorizing a small village… Image: fabi42′s Flickrstream, Creative Commons Wait, sorry! Wrong story. Back in the 1990s, a terrible retirement problem was looming. Traditional pension plans were disappearing, 401k plans were taking their place. But few people understood how they [...]