Small business credit cards are increasingly popular business financing options, particularly for entrepreneurs who don't qualify for traditional business loans and don't have access...
Are you setting up your first home office? Even if you’re trying to get up and running fast, you don’t have to spend a fortune. Here’s how to plan, budget for, and save on everything you need, from electronics to furniture to supplies.
As the economic carnage wrought by the pandemic worsens, many Americans are looking for new ways to make ends meet. Freelance writing is one of the most popular side hustles around. But you must examine the key factors for setting your rates and understand how to increase those rates over time.
COVID-19-related social distancing is causing many small businesses to close or scale back. That means there’s now less money going back into local economies. Thankfully, if you want to support local business owners while complying with social distancing, there are still plenty of options available.
Whether you’re starting a business or are one of the millions telecommuting for the first time due to the COVID-19 pandemic, understanding the challenges of working from home and how to overcome them is the first step to ensuring you become a successful and productive remote worker.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has come with a side effect none before it has evoked: Companies all over the world are sending employees home to work. And putting a solid plan in place first can help set everyone up for success in the uncertain weeks or months to come.
Working from home is ideal for many people — and it can become necessary when you or a loved one is sick. But before you take the plunge into telecommuting, take a few minutes to consider the pros and cons of working from home to ensure your remote work experience goes off without a hitch.
Across a variety of industries and jobs, more people than ever are telecommuting, often working from the comfort of home. If you’re taking the plunge into remote work — whether part or full time, as an employee or freelancer — setting yourself up for success just requires a little planning and preparation.
Nearly eight million Americans worked primarily from home in 2017, according to U.S. Census data reported by Quartz. If you're looking to become one...
You don't have to work for a progressive employer to take advantage of the work-from-home trend. Whether your goal is to build a sustainable passive income stream or simply earn a few extra bucks, all you need to work from home is a computer, a quiet space, and a strong work ethic.
Being a business owner doesn’t mean you have to be in the spotlight. Thanks to the Internet and phone apps, introverts have more options than ever before to build the business of their dreams using their unique strengths and personality traits.
Entrepreneurs and small business owners seeking funds to grow their businesses can either seek equity funds from investors or borrow funds from a lender. Seeking new...