Articles

  Featuring Nina Written By Nina

Articles/Appearances Featuring Nina Kaufman

2017

2016

2015

  • “Success Secrets for entrepreneurial women” Part 1 and 2 Coffee Break with Game Changers Radio. Host: Bonnie D. Graham. VoiceAmerica
  • “Should you invest in your dopey nephews business” Wall Journal Radio with Veronica Dagher

2014

  • “The Million Dollar Roadmap,” with Marcy Rosenbaum, The Livelihood Show [PODCAST]

2012

2011

2010

2009

  • Training, Yes, Training Your Clients to Pay You, StartUp Nation (podcast interview with Rich Sloan)
  • “Smart Tax Planning for Your Business,” Wells Fargo webcast (subscription required)
  • “5 Questions,” I Can Bring Home the Bacon (blog)

2008

2007

2006

  • “I Could Have Hired a VA,” by Jennifer Schiff, Small Business Computing
  • “Privacy, Security and Compliance for SMBs (Part I),” by Jennifer Schiff, Small Business Computing
  • “Privacy, Security and Compliance for SMBs (Part II),” by Jennifer Schiff, Small Business Computing
  • As Customers, Big Firms Can Lead to Frustration,” by Laurel-Ann Dooley, Wall Street Journal Online (subscription required)

2005

2004

Articles Written By Nina Kaufman

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

  • “Make the Most of Your Social Networking Policy Enterprising Women 
  • “The Why Behind Your What: Attracting Social Media Brand Evangelists,” WomenandBiz.com
  • “Why Your Business Needs an Annual Checkup,” Enterprising Women
  • “Building Your Business Dream Team in 5 Simple Steps,” WomenandBiz.com

2010

  • “Make the Most of Your Social Networking Policy,” Enterprising Women, Vol. 11, No. 5
  • “How Business Law Contracts Protect Your Pocketbook,” WomenandBiz.com, Issue 34
  • “Should You Do Business With Friends?” Entrepreneur Magazine (WomenEntrepreneur online)
  • “Collecting From Delinquent Clients,” DivineCaroline.com
  • “What Happens Next? “Estate” Planning for Your Owner-Dependent Small Business” (Solopreneur’s succession plan)

2009

  • “What You Should Know Before Copying Contracts from the Internet,” Enterprising Women, Vol. 10, No. 6
  • “What Can You Get For Your Business?” WomenandBiz.com, Issue 30
  • “Have Your Collections Policy Ready,” Entrepreneur Magazine (WomenEntrepreneur online)
  • “10 Tips for Developing Great Clients,” WomenandBiz.com, Issue 27
  • “3 Online Business Mistakes to Avoid,” Entrepreneur Magazine (WomenEntrepreneur online)
  • “Why Your Business Needs an Electronic Media and Communications Policy,” Enterprising Women, Vol. 10
  • “Protect Your Intellectual Property,” Entrepreneur Magazine (WomenEntrepreneur online)
  • “Get the Lowdown on Insurance,” Entrepreneur Magazine (WomenEntrepreneur online)
  • “7 Steps to Minimizing Your Slow-Paying Client List,” Enterprising Women, Vol. 10, No. 2
  • “Diversify, But Keep It Legal,” Entrepreneur Magazine (WomenEntrepreneur online)
  • “Stay on Target with Hired Guns,” Entrepreneur Magazine (WomenEntrepreneur online)
  • “Look Before You Lease,” Entrepreneur Magazine (WomenEntrepreneur online)
  • “Is Your Business Legally Healthy?” WomenandBiz.com, Issue 24
  • “Business Partners: An Old Twist on a New Business Model”  Enterprising Women

2008

  • “Get Ready to Conquer Your Company’s Estate Planning,” Enterprising Women, Vol. 9, No. 6
  • “Got a Business? Get a Prenup!” Entrepreneur Magazine (WomenEntrepreneur online)
  • “What You Should Know Before Copying Contracts from the Internet,” Business Matters-Small Business News from the Newcastle Liberal Democrats (Issue 57)
  • “Nice Girls Don’t Ask,” Business Matters-Small Business News from the Newcastle Liberal Democrats (Issue 56)
  • “Attend to Your Corporate Housekeeping,” Entrepreneur Magazine (WomenEntrepreneur online)
  • “Profiles of the Top 5 Problem Clients,” WomanandBiz.com, Issue 23
  • “Raising Capital from Family and Friends,” Business Matters-Small Business News from the Newcastle Liberal Democrats (Issue 55)
  • “5 Essentials for Non-Compete Agreements,” Entrepreneur Magazine (WomenEntrepreneur online)
  • “Why Employee Handbooks Work,” Enterprising Women, Vol. 9, No. 4
  • “Reflections on What Ruins a Business Partnership,” WomenandBiz.com, Issue 22
  • “Building Your Business Dream Team,” Enterprising Women, Vol. 9, No. 3
  • “Negotiating for Results,” WomenandBiz.com, Issue 21
  • “When Business Partners Part,” Entrepreneur Magazine (WomenEntrepreneur online)
  • “3 Big Reasons Not to Do Your Own Legal Work,” WomenandBiz.com, Issue 20
  • Why You Benefit From Writing a Business Plan,” Enterprising Women, Vol. 9, No. 2
  • “Isn’t It Time You Learned to Keep 100% of Your Fee . . . Every Time?”, WomenandBiz.com, Issue 19
  • Customer Service Essentials: The Three Cs of Good Lawyering,GP/Solo Magazine (American Bar Association)

2007

  • “How to Choose a Business Partner,” New York Enterprise Report
  • “No-Nonsense Advice About the Perfect One-Page Agreement,” WomenandBiz.com, Issue 18
  • “The Pros and (Legal) Cons of Blogging for Business,” Enterprising Women, Vol. 8, No. 3
  • “Green, Global, or Just Plain Good: Cause Marketing and Socially Conscious Companies.” WomenandBiz.com, Issue 17
  • “Professional Results with Professional Contractors,” Enterprising Women
  • “Turning Deadbeats into Doves,” WomenandBiz.com, Issue 16
  • “The Perfect One-Page Agreement,” Enterprising Women
  • “A Crash Course in Confidence,” Toastmaster Magazine
  • “Can You Keep a Secret?” New York Enterprise Report
  • “Preventive Care is the Best Defense,” WomenandBiz.com, Issue 15

2006

  • “Increasing Your Office Staff…Without Employees,” Enterprising Women
  • “The Single Most Important Thing to Know about Verbal Agreements,” WomenandBiz.com, Issue 14
  • “Boost Your Business with Power Partners,” Enterprising Women
  • “Watch Your Language! — 4 of the Most Misconstrued Legal Terms,” WomenandBiz.com, Issue 13
  • “The Simple, But Powerful, Reasons for Corporate Minutes,” Enterprising Women
  • “Key Secrets to Home Office Success,” WomenandBiz.com, Issue 12
  • “10 Tips for Well-Behaved Clients,” Enterprising Women, Winter 2005
  • “Increasing Your Income with Licenses and Franchises,” WomenandBiz.com, Issue 11
  • “Professional Results with Professional Contractors”  Enterprising Women

2005

  • “Walking the Employee-Independent Contractor Tightrope,” Enterprising Women
  • “Putting ‘Strategy’ into Your Strategic Alliances,” Beyond the Numbers (published by Marcum & Kleigman LLP)
  • “Increasing Your Income with Licenses and Franchises,” Enterprising Women
  • Negotiating for Results

2004

  • “Recalibrating Your Deadbeat Meter,” Female Entrepreneur Magazine
  • “Walking the Employee-Independent Contractor Tightrope,” Beyond the Numbers (published by Marcum & Kleigman LLP)
  • “A Crash Course in Confidence,” TheSquare.com
  • “When to Close the Barn Door,” TheSquare.com
  • “Turning Deadbeats into Doves,” TheSquare.com
  • “Increasing your income with licenses and franchises” Enterprising Women
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