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How the self-employed can create a sound financial plan and save for retirement.
Leveraging a lifetime of experience can spell success for retirees who want to start a new business.
Helping a family member finance a new business is a generous gesture. Here’s how to decide whether the funds should be treated as a gift, a loan, or an investment.
Greg just wanted to relax when he retired, until he unexpectedly started a new family business.
After a life-altering accident, a former city official opens up a biker bar.
Chuck began his second act career from the desk of his first act career.
Even taxpayers who don’t itemize may be eligible for above-the-line deductions.
As a sole proprietor, saving for retirement is hard. Fortunately, there are small business plans to make it easier.
Kim is a wine maker who recently started investing. Watch her story.
Temi is an entrepreneur who recently took the leap into investing. Watch her story.
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