Dana Miranda

Dana Miranda

Dana Miranda is an entrepreneur and Certified Educator in Personal Finance®.
She’s written about work and money for publications including Forbes, The New York Times, CNBC, The Motley Fool, The Penny Hoarder and a column for Inc. Magazine. She founded to publish stories that illuminate the diversity of our relationships with work and money.

Services

A podcast production company leaned on $250K in equity-free grants to grow to 200 clients

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Services

Two college seniors turned a class project into a business supporting travel advisors

Resources

How to prepare your personal finances before selling your company

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How these WordPress developers navigated an 8-figure acquisition by a trusted buyer

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Resources

What’s a DBA, and when might your business use one?

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Content

He grew a blog for developers to 7M monthly pageviews, then sold it to an advertiser

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Services

Can you sell a 1-person services business? This web designer figured out how

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Resources

What’s EBITDA? What it means, how to calculate it, and why it matters for selling your business

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