7 Helpful Financing Options for LGBTQ+ Entrepreneurs

Discrimination and disadvantages have been the norm, but that is beginning to change. February 4, 2020 4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Are you a business owner who identifies as LGBTQ+? If so, then you know that discrimination can run rampant, and there aren’t always legal protections. Part and parcel, […]

12 Things First-Time Leaders Need to Succeed

When promoting employees to leadership roles, take these steps to set them up for success. February 3, 2020 9 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The struggles of first-time leaders are both real and widespread. New leaders are thrown into the deep end to sink or swim. They either figure out […]

Divvy Homes Helps You Buy a House — Without $1000s Saved

According to your Instagram and Facebook feeds, everyone is buying homes these days. That’s great, really, congratulations to them! But how? The market is hot, and homes are expensive — not to mention taxes and closing costs, which all add up.   It probably feels like you’re going to rent forever. Might as well sign your […]

Learning Automated Trading Can Give You a Major Investing Advantage

Use machine learning and quantitative trading to limit your losses and maximize your dividends. February 2, 2020 2 min read Disclosure: Our goal is to feature products and services that we think you’ll find interesting and useful. If you purchase them, Entrepreneur may get a small share of the revenue from the sale from our […]

Critical Illness Insurance: How to Determine If It’s Worth It

Heart attack. Stroke. Kidney failure. Cancer.  They may not be fun to think about, but they might be worth preparing for — and that goes for your finances, too. According to the National Cancer Institute, the cost of cancer treatment commonly tops $10,000 a month… and that’s not counting peripheral expenses, like job loss or […]

Don’t Lose Your Brand’s Mojo

This CEO and president talks about how his dislike for playing by the rules helped him embrace his entrepreneurial spirit. February 1, 2020 1 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Cremo Company CEO and President of Matt Biggins shares some of the lessons he learned about working for a multinational corporation and […]

How to Help Kids Pay for College Without Going Into Debt

You’d love to save your kids from student loan debt, but how can you help them pay for college without sinking your own financial ship? After all, the average in-state tuition at four-year public colleges reached $10,440 this year — and that doesn’t include room and board, books or personal expenses. So it’s understandable that […]

How to Create Community Among Your Customers

If you want to inspire brand love that lasts, commit to fostering something bigger. January 31, 2020 5 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Today’s brands do more than just deliver products and services. They also foster connections among like-minded enthusiasts. That could turn out to be their most vital purpose, considering […]

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