Here are the top regrets of entrepreneurs and what they’d do differently

If only you could go back in time, but with today’s 20/20 vision. Starting a business is a little like that. You’re fired up with enthusiasm for your enterprise — but maybe not so excited to dig into the numbers and tax regulation. Running a business means juggling multiple priorities and never letting your guard down. If you’re a service-based company — hiring, for example, movers or painters — you always need to be on the lookout for the next crew members, says Anthony Hartzog, 33, co-owner of Maids 2 Match in Dallas. “One good person on your team can make you thousands of dollars,” Hartzog said. “The same amount you spend on marketing, you should spend searching for good people.” Read more at CNBC.