Posts Tagged ‘entrepreneurship’

Funding Your Small Business - All The Terrible Ways

Funding Your Small Business – All The Terrible Ways

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Texas

In a recent post  I mentioned that business owners may – among other benefits of entrepreneurship – achieve some tax savings. This week, inspired by my words, you’ve decided to hang a shingle. However, you need money. But where can you get money for a small business? Let me tell you all the great ways. Inherit [&hellip

Entrepreneurs: Pack Half the Luggage, Bring Twice The Money

Entrepreneurs: Pack Half the Luggage, Bring Twice The Money

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Personal Finance, Texas

A version of this post ran in the San Antonio Express News. In late high school and college I travelled to Mexico as often as I could. Some trips I went for ten days, later trips for a semester of school, then a whole summer. Finally, after graduating from college, I lived and studied in [&hellip

Entrepreneurship And Its Discontents

Entrepreneurship And Its Discontents

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Personal Finance

Note: A version of this post appeared in the San Antonio Express News Here’s one of my first principles: Everybody who works in the for-profit world should own or start a business. Now that I’ve said that, I’d like to spend most of the rest of this post describing all of the terrible things about [&hellip

Video For Entrepreneurs: Tracking Startup Capital in a Spreadsheet

Video For Entrepreneurs: Tracking Startup Capital in a Spreadsheet

By The Banker | Audio Posts, Texas, Video

I periodically produce instructional videos for a local micro lender named Accion Texas. They support and lend to young and startup companies that might otherwise get overlooked by the traditional banking industry. In fact one of the key conditions of being an Accion Texas customer is a prior rejection for a bank loan application. The [&hellip

Book Review: The Millionaire Mind by Thomas J. Stanley

Book Review: The Millionaire Mind by Thomas J. Stanley

By The Banker | Book Reviews, Personal Finance

The Millionaire Mind by Thomas J. Stanley did not win the acclaim of its predecessor The Millionaire Next Door, but I consider it an equally valuable resource for personal financial education. As with The Millionaire Next Door, which I reviewed earlier, Stanley conducts a type of ethnographic study of multi-millionaires, surveying them on attitudes, life [&hellip