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How to Tell If an Investor Is Right for Your Business
30Sep
How to Tell If an Investor Is Right for Your Business
It’s time to bring your business to the next level. Maybe you’ve recently launched and sparked significant interest in the market, or maybe you’ve been building the company for several years and have recently achieved a sustainable pattern of growth and momentum.
What Is the Ideal Burn Rate for a Growing Company?
4Sep
What Is the Ideal Burn Rate for a Growing Company?
Is your business bleeding money? Learn how to calculate burn rate and find what the right burn rate is for your company.
5 Tech Tips to Add Hours to Your Day
4Jan
5 Tech Tips to Add Hours to Your Day
If there is one statement that holds true for all startup founders regardless of industry, it's this—there just aren't enough hours in the day.
3 Essential SaaS Metrics to Exceed Investor Expectations
21Dec
3 Essential SaaS Metrics to Exceed Investor Expectations
Essential SaaS metrics—like customer lifetime value, customer acquisition cost, and churn rate—help you proactively run your business.
CommonCoach, an inDinero Client, is Changing College Admissions
20Sep
CommonCoach, an inDinero Client, is Changing College Admissions
his is just one of many Common Application questions university candidates are facing today. Anyone facing college admissions is looking forward to hours, maybe days, of wading through demographic, academic, personal, essay (we could go on, there are so many more!) questions, often on their own or with the help of a very overworked school counselor.
Get Your Docs in a Row with Document Management
14Sep
Get Your Docs in a Row with Document Management
We know the moment well: you need your business’s tax return from the early 2000s and you know it's saved somewhere on your computer.
Start Hiring Sooner—the IRS Will Pay You To Do It
7Sep
Start Hiring Sooner—the IRS Will Pay You To Do It
Hiring? If you run a startup, you probably should be. Job growth is up, unemployment is down, and our country’s already competitive labor market is on track to tighten even further in the coming months.
What Could Your Startup Accomplish With an Extra $250K in 2019?
16Aug
What Could Your Startup Accomplish With an Extra $250K in 2019?
A quarter of a million dollars could transform your startup. Or it could buy you a vintage Taco Bell hot sauce packet. No joke—as of this writing, that is a genuine listing on eBay: one unopened pouch of Taco Bell hot sauce, circa 1984–1992, priced at exactly $250,000.
8 Budgeting Tips for Surviving Seasonal Business Ups & Downs
9Jul
8 Budgeting Tips for Surviving Seasonal Business Ups & Downs
First things first, you need to determine the minimal requirements it takes for your business to exist.
4 Tips to Build a Strong Foundation for Funding
15Jun
4 Tips to Build a Strong Foundation for Funding
There are many articles out there that provide a wide array of lofty advice about fundraising
Navigating a “Friends and Family” Funding Round
8Jun
Navigating a “Friends and Family” Funding Round
Early in his company’s history, entrepreneur Greg Vetter achieved a seemingly impossible feat: he convinced Whole Foods to distribute his family’s line of salad dressings on a national level.
3 Signs Your Startup is Ready for an ERP System
18May
3 Signs Your Startup is Ready for an ERP System
Computers have long since become an integral facet of companies of all shapes and sizes.
What Startups Should Know About Schedule K-1s Before Filing Taxes
13Nov
What Startups Should Know About Schedule K-1s Before Filing Taxes
I recently overheard a casual conversation between two of my friends from inDinero’s tax team in the breakroom.
5 Small Business Trends to Work Into Your 2018 Plans
3Nov
5 Small Business Trends to Work Into Your 2018 Plans
Small businesses must transform themselves to keep up with ever-changing technologies moving the world forward.
7 Signs It’s Time to Hire Employee #1
1Sep
7 Signs It’s Time to Hire Employee #1
They say “the more, the merrier,” and in most cases it is undeniably true. But for a tight-knit team of founders, widening the circle to bring in your first employee is a big—sometimes daunting—milestone.