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What to Expect when You Raise Your Rates

You’re ready for a raise, but you work for yourself. Stand strong—it’s time to raise your rates. How do you justify the increase? First, remember that inexpensive can be seen as "cheap." Raising your rates sends a signal that you know the value...

Global Thought Leaders: Willa Shalit Brings Women’s Goods to Market

The DailyWorth Global Thought Leader series features exclusive interviews with remarkable entrepreneurs and activists who are striving to improve women's lives around the world. Throughout her career, Willa Shalit has sought to empower women. She...

Monetizing Your Big Ideas

You have a million-dollar idea for a project or product—here are three ways to get the resources to bring it to life. Would-be inventors: submit your idea to Quirky for a $10 fee and the community will help develop it. Each week the staff votes...

A New Book Explains: Money Can Be Freeing

A few years ago, A few years ago, Tara Gentile made $28,000 a year working in retail. She left her job to pursue her own business—and now her income clears six figures. In her new name-your-own-price e-book, The Art of Earning, Gentile reveals...

Your Future as a Free Agent

When I look at the DailyWorth team, one thing stands out: Everyone has at least one other job. I still run my Web agency, Soapbxx. MP writes for Money Magazine. Hilary (marketing) and Simon (technology) just hired assistants to take on additional...

Negotiating Secrets of Female CEOs

As numerous studies have shown, most women would rather go shopping naked than engage in any sort of negotiation—whether for a job, a raise or a better deal. Is asking so painful or embarrassing? Not any more, thanks to a new book: "A Woman's...

Can You End Unequal Pay?

To look at the data on women's earning power—it's still 77 cents, on average, for every dollar men earn—you wouldn't know there was a law against unequal pay, let alone another one pending. In 1963, Congress passed the Equal Pay Act—and now the...

Cupcake Empire on Fire

  Lines around the block! A new tell-all TV series! Is Snooki dumping her poof? Did Lindsay make parole? No, but Georgetown Cupcakes—the hot bake shop started by two sisters in Washington—just hit the big time with "DC Cupcakes", a six-part series...

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