How to Sell a Company and Gain More than Financial Security

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / January 8, 2015

The wire transfer from the sale of our company went through in November 2006.  The security I desired, however, came several years later. I was sitting in my office, which I had never bothered to decorate because I was so focused on my long-term happiness that I denied many short-term pleasures. Nine months of deal documents, lawyers, accountants, due diligence, and valuation models all led to this moment,…

Tips For Mastering Your Finances As A Freelancer

by / ⠀Startup Advice / March 20, 2013

Freelance work can be tremendously rewarding, and some people can’t imagine doing anything else with their lives. Free from the constraints of offices, set schedules and traffic, those who freelance can set their own hours and still do what they love. However, freelance work requires discipline, and those who fail to track their finances appropriately sometimes run into difficulties. Fortunately, all freelancers can develop a system that will…

Get Control of Your Finances – For Your Sake (& Your Company’s)

by / ⠀Funding Startup Advice / April 20, 2011

What comes to mind when you think of personal finance? Allow me to take a stab at it.  You probably think of people like Dave Ramsey or Suze Orman.  You hear horror stories of college graduates being inundated with mounds of student loan debt only to take on more debt on their way to law school or medical school.  In addition, you have probably heard of a few…

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