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Business Financing is Still Available but it is Not Cheap or Easy to Obtain
  By: Joseph Lizio

Let's face it, Banks are just not lending. It does not matter that they received over $350 billion of your money with more to come. It does not matter how strong your business is or how great your credit history. They just are not lending.


Business Tax Loophole: Leasing Assets To Your Corporation
  By: Alex Goumakos
While there are many equally valid reasons to incorporate, saving money on taxes is a consideration that can yield relatively immediate results. Leasing assets to your corporation is a tax strategy you should absolutely consider if you already have a corporation or are thinking about forming one. Here's how it works.

Cash Flow Management
  By: Dr. Rachna D. Jain
Cash. Most people want more. When running a small business it's particularly important to monitor how cash is coming in and how much cash is going out.

Financial Modeling: Murder by Numbers
  By: John Siegler

To borrow a line from the Police, it might seem as easy as your a-b-c 's , but there 's a lot that goes into effective financial modeling.



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