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One of the many advantages of owning your own business is the freedom to manage processes on your own terms. For small business owners, this can mean combining personal and business finances.
As a business owner, it’s easy to get caught up in the finances of your business, and forget about what you take home.
There are essentially two types of people who would consider using their retirement savings to start or buy a small business
If you manage things carefully, make all the right moves and work to steadily grow your operation, you will eventually find your company is running you—instead of the other way around.
Getting a business off the ground isn't just about finding start-up money. Behind the scenes you've got to be able to live and ensure your personal finances don't go backwards.
If you’re thinking about joining the ranks of the more than 405,000 small business owners in Florida, it’s important to do your homework.
Keeping your business afloat requires more than just passion. Being in love with your business doesn’t guarantee success; you need more than that.
You want to start a business. But you don’t want all the headache that comes along with managing finance of a business.
There’s no getting around just how difficult it can be to grow a small business in 2017. Between rampant competition, a changing business landscape and the impact of social media and technology on modern audiences, staying afloat can be difficult enough —and experiencing growth can be an overwhelming challenge.
As a business owner, credit may be a tool that can help your business grow to new heights, but it can also be a difficult concept to master.