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Is your small business flushing money down the toilet?

They say you have to spend money to make money, but is it true for your business? Making sense of your company's operating costs can be tricky, but there are some cases where shelling out a little cash – if you're ready – will pay off in long run. So whether you're investing in a new product that will help you penetrate a new market, or upgrading to a more experienced (and more expensive) workforce, you don't always have to live in fear of your balance sheet.
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