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04 Jun Should you negotiate with an Investor?

As a female Certified Public Accountant located in Weaverville, NC, situated in the greater Asheville, NC market, it is very common for me to interface with start-up companies. Some companies are set up to be one woman or man operation while others are more complex...

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01 Jun Three ways to structure your business investments

As a woman Certified Public Accountant located in Weaverville, NC, situated in the greater Asheville, NC market, it is very common for me to interface with start-up companies. Some companies are set up to be one woman or man operation while others are more complex...

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29 May Methods investors use to evaluate new start-up companies

As a Certified Public Accountant located in Weaverville, NC, situated in the greater Asheville, NC market, it is very common for me to interface with start-up companies. Some companies are set up to be one woman or man operation while others are more complex in...

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29 May Keys to attracting Angel Investors

  As a Certified Public Accountant in the greater Asheville, NC market I am blessed to see a lot of start-up companies. As I mentioned in a prior blog, many of my clients are small business owners or solo-entrepreneurs. As they grow their business, they find...

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27 May Funding for Small Businesses and Solo-Entrepreneurs

As a Certified Public Accountant in the greater Asheville, NC market I am blessed to see a lot of start-up companies. Many of my clients are small business owners or solo-entrepreneurs. One of the biggest keys to the success of new ventures is their ability...

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26 May Options for Entrepreneurial Retirement – Gaining A Real Peace of Mind

  At some point in every entrepreneur's life, they have dreamed of starting their own business. When that newly minted entrepreneur steps away from corporate employment and into the wild west of self-employment, they take on the full responsibility of their financial destiny. Gone are the...

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