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7 Crucial Money Tips to Failure-Proof Your New Business

It’s easy for new business owners to get overwhelmed. You’ve seized a fantastic idea and you’re bringing it to life, but there’s a lot on your plate. At the same time, if you slouch on record-keeping or don’t spend money judiciously, you’ll crash and burn. And if you focus too much on the finances, your...
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