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Sell Your Friends, Again

  Back in May 2009, when DailyWorth was just learning to crawl, we published a post called "Sell Your Friends"—inviting our readers to promote their friends to the DailyWorth community. Good karma. Good business. It was such a success, we want to...

How Jenny Earned $15,000 on eBay

Today's guest blogger Jenny Newcomer is a busy mom of 2 and the founder of LobotoME {eco-friendly organizational products} - For more information visit at www.LobotoME.com or Jenny's blog -- lobotomeblog.blogspot.com. As an entrepreneur and...

10 Tax Tips for Small Businesses

Readers, please note that DailyWorth is retracting the section below on the home office deduction, owing to the complexity of this particular tax rule. We will post a correction soon, and a lengthier post explaining this deduction. Please check...

Separate Your Personal and Business Finances

As seen on Etsy.com today! 2010 is almost here. How can you improve your business operations? One simple yet incredibly important financial step you can take is to separate your personal and business bank accounts. No more comingling of accounts,...

Just 4% of Venture Capital To Women

  While the number of women-owned businesses has increased exponentially over the past decade, we're not raising venture capital to grow our businesses.What is venture capital, and why should it be on your radar? Venture capital (VC) is a type of...

What's So Great About LLCs?

LLCs, or Limited Liability Companies, are relative newbies to the business structure world, but they’re all the rage. Key among them is the limited liability. An LLC’s members (think of them as shareholders) are not personally liable for the...

A Birthday Interview with DailyWorth’s Founder, Amanda Steinberg

Today's guest blogger, Lea Endres Amanda Steinberg, the founder of DailyWorth, and I have been close friends for almost a decade. Today she turns 32. For her birthday, I wanted to share with DailyWorth readers a bit of the story behind...

A Day in the Life of a Power Mom

I have two kids and run two businesses. My kids are a 7-month-old girl and a 3-year-old boy. My first business, a Web consultancy called Soapbxx, will gross $300,000 in 2009 and employs eight people. The second company, an online finance...

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