Tiffany Meyers

Tiffany Meyers

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“ Stuff happens. And in the technology sector, it happens a lot, so smart startups know that E&O coverage is a must.E&O insurance covers financial losses your clients may suffer as a result of an error, neglect or breach of duty on your part, o... ”
“ As a startup founder, you’re a high-energy, mission-driven firebrand, unafraid to risk it all for your ideas. Your personal finances are often tied up in your business and because you go it alone, you face more complicated financial realities t... ”
“ Hackers don’t discriminate. Whether you’re a humble startup or global conglomerate, you’ll likely capture hackers’ attention if you don’t play it safe. And yet, too many startups assume they’re immune.“A lot... ”
“ Let's be honest: insurance is a drag. Paying to protect your company from hypothetical crises is about the last thing most business owners want to do. But if disaster strikes, it’s the difference between surviving and shuttering your doors.... ”
“ The path to every new hire is full of pitfalls. That’s especially true when hiring finance and accounting talent. Unless startup leaders have a background in finance, they often don’t know the right questions — let alone how to... ”
“ Hiring a financial services professional is complicated. That’s in part because the decision is driven by two imperatives: The candidate must make a good fit culturally and simultaneously meet highly technical prerequisites. Problem is, th... ”
“ When you launch a 401(k), you send a powerful signal to current and future hires that you’re committed to taking care of them — and for life. But as a founder/owner, you’re spinning so many plates it can be easy to neglect... ”
“ So, you want to make a career change, leaving your cush but boring job to become a developer. But you have almost no coding experience. Is it crazy to think such a move could work? We recently caught up with four recent grads of Chicago-based softwar... ”
“ The savviest startup leaders understand (and avoid) specific financial pitfalls across the three stages of their company’s life: early, mid and late. Michael Burdick is CEO and Co-Founder of Paro, a company that matches businesses with top fina... ”

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Tiffany Meyers
As a startup founder, you’re a high-energy, mission-driven firebrand, unafraid to risk it all for your ideas. Your personal finances are often tied up in your business and because you go it alone, you face more complicated financial realities than leaders at traditional companies.
04/20/2017
VIEWS: 487
Tiffany Meyers
Hackers don’t discriminate. Whether you’re a humble startup or global conglomerate, you’ll likely capture hackers’ attention if you don’t play it safe. And yet, too many startups assume they’re immune.
04/11/2017
VIEWS: 5,026
Tiffany Meyers
The path to every new hire is full of pitfalls. That’s especially true when hiring finance and accounting talent. Unless startup leaders have a background in finance, they often don’t know the right questions — let alone how to assess the answers they get.
04/03/2017
VIEWS: 816
Tiffany Meyers
Let's be honest: insurance is a drag. Paying to protect your company from hypothetical crises is about the last thing most business owners want to do. But if disaster strikes, it’s the difference between surviving and shuttering your doors.On top of that, insurance makes you look good.
03/31/2017
VIEWS: 1,174
Tiffany Meyers
Hiring a financial services professional is complicated. That’s in part because the decision is driven by two imperatives: The candidate must make a good fit culturally and simultaneously meet highly technical prerequisites. 
03/02/2017
VIEWS: 1,383

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