Ask yourself: How confident are you in your company’s financial position? How much knowledge do you have about the transactions and activity that flow in and out of your books? Not to mention, how much faith do you have in the accuracy of your financial picture?
Seed investment on your mind? Every entrepreneur should understand his or her options.
Our financial experts have put together this comparison to help startup founders decide between simple agreement for future equity, or SAFE, and convertible notes.
Whether you’re bootstrapping your business, launching through joining an incubator, or you intend to seek help from a VC or angel investor, it’s not an easy task to raise money for a startup in any industry.
From startup funds to venture capital firms to influential individuals, inDinero’s investors are a diverse group of tech industry innovators and change-makers. But they didn’t come flocking to our company overnight.
When you’re busy running your business all year, you’re probably not spending much time considering which specific state and federal forms you’ll need to file. But in the game of business taxes, you need to be organized and timely..
inDinero’s tax solution is designed to streamline the annual tax preparation process. Our cloud-based Tax Questionnaire gives small business owners something they’ve never had before: A self-guided place to gather all the information our tax team needs to build their business tax returns.
When you think ‘startup,’ you usually don’t think about innovations in food—especially pizza, which has changed very little over the last half-century.
There is, after all, something classic about pizza. All you have to do is dial up the nearest pizza chain, and voila, pizza arrives outside your door, not thirty minutes later.
Even though many would say the pizzas they make are appetizing, satisfactory, and above all, consistent, Zume Pizza’s founders knew there was much room for improvement. With a passion for food and a knack for thinking outside of the box, Zume Pizza is flipping the industry on its head with an integration of new technology and a refreshing business model.
When you’re a small business owner, every dollar counts. If you’re new to business, then chances are your revenue stream isn’t predictable yet. You could be making $10,000 one month and $1,000 the next. Often, the line between failure and success is razor-thin, and you need to maximize every possible bit of revenue to stay afloat.
A new year brings exciting changes and resolutions in your personal and professional life, which can make for an overwhelming first quarter. With the six-month tax extension, you can take on new initiatives without letting existing responsibilities slip out of your control.