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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.
We all know it’s a good idea to keep our private and professional lives separate – yet many business owners fail to apply the same rules to their finances.
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 I asked you to name good businesses, you are likely to point out big companies like Apple, Coca Cola, Bidco, Safaricom etc.
When starting a business, your mind will mostly be filled with ideas for your product and service, how you’ll meet a big need for your customers/clients, and how you’ll make a ton of money as your business grows.