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Flying solo: The financial side of Freelancing

So far, I’ve been amazed (and a little unprepared) for all the tiny and not-so-tiny things it takes to start even a low-overhead, one-person enterprise like mine. In the past two or so months, I’ve had to:1)   Research and buy a new printer and...

Best Ways to Build Your Own Website

Apparently, there's this thing called a website and your business needs one. Here are a few ways to build a great site--and your brand--for free or close to it. Even if you’re a relative technophobe, you can build a basic website yourself. Two of...

Executive Powers

You want to make that executive leap, you’re chomping at the bit. What do you need to get there? The 20-20 hindsight of these three power women, who seized the reins at the right moment.Jane Prokop Chief Operating Officer, Principis Capital  ...

Hire the Best

Job Candidate #17 has just entered your office and is now seated, all smiles, focused on you like a laser beam, eager to answer your interview questions.You’ve already read her resume and jotted down a few inquiries about her qualifications. After...

Five Ways to Kill It as a Freelancer

It used to be that if you described yourself as “freelance,” people didn’t take you seriously. Not anymore. A recent survey by the consulting firm MBO partners estimates that by 2020, at least half of the country’s workforce will have gone...

What the Most Successful People Do On the Weekend

Sleeping in. Surfing the web. Catching up on laundry. Ferrying the kids to taekwondo. If that sounds like your typical weekend, take half an hour this Saturday or Sunday, tear yourself away from email or the latest Kardashian goings-on, and read...

How to Grow Your Business in 2013

What does it mean to grow your business in the 21st century? Entrepreneurs tend to spend a lot of time thinking about how to get started and how they want their companies to look when they're "successful"—whether that’s a big office or dozens of...

Small Biz Does Good, Locally

As in most American towns, it’s hard to get around Cambridge, Maryland, without a car. But not everyone owns their own vehicle. So three years ago, LaAngela McCoy, 33, bought a cab with savings from her full-time job at a local bank, hired a...

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