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Running a small business is complex, and staying organized is a major necessity for success. With so much happening, that can sometimes be tricky, and it’s easy to lose track of details. Still, it’s never too late to improve your...
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If you have student loan debt and are interested in starting a business, you may face some unique challenges. You could have problems getting funding for your business, or as you work on your startup, you may have trouble paying...
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If you love talking money, then you may have considered a career in finance. Careers in finance are varied, but they’re usually broken down into three subcategories. There is personal finance, corporate finance, and public finance. Each category requires a...
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If you’re sitting on a thriving business, you may be wondering if it’s worth selling. Perhaps you’ve been considering this for a while, or you are interested in changing career fields. No matter what made you decide to sell your...
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In business, assets apply to everything a company owns. There are two types of assets: tangible assets and intangible assets. Tangible assets include physical items like cash, inventory, vehicles, equipment, buildings, and investments. Intangible assets do not have a physical...
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Opening a new location is a great opportunity to expand your business by reaching more customers, but it’s also a risky venture that takes a lot of working capital. One way many small businesses budget for the expense of expansion...
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If you are having financial trouble, then you may have considered filing for bankruptcy. Bankruptcy is considered a last resort option for people who are dealing with financial hardships. Declaring bankruptcy allows you to reset your finances and potentially get...
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If you’ve ever purchased a house, then you have heard of a broker. For a lot of people, it’s unclear what a broker does. A broker is an independent party whose prime responsibility is to bring sellers and buyers together....
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If you’ve ever been in a financial situation where you need money immediately, then you’ve heard of liquidity. Liquidity is all about how fast you can convert your assets into cash, and some assets are easier to liquidate than others....
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In business, it’s important to keep track of your assets. There are two types of assets, fixed and current assets. Fixed assets are usually assets that are required for long-term use, such as equipment and real estate. Current assets are...
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