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6 Key Elements of a Profitable Investment Property

No matter if it’s your first investment or not, or if you’re looking into the residential or commercial real estate sector, finding the right property right off the bat will help you save money in the development process, market the property to the right customer base, and attract affluent buyers or renters to line up and make an offer before the development is done.

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6 Ways to Keep Business and Personal Finances Separate (And Why You Should)

It’s not uncommon for entrepreneurs and small business owners to use their personal bank account to patch their business expenses, especially during the beginning of their endeavor and in the time of crisis. This opens the door to a habit of constantly using personal money to finance business expenses.

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5 Tricks for Starting a Successful Property Investment Company

Developing a solid business plan is the cornerstone for your company. Without a plan in place, you’re pretty much navigating the market blindly and that can lead to potentially disastrous mistakes.

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5-Step Guide to Starting Your Own Business Successfully

Deciding to start a business is an exciting, pivotal moment in an aspiring entrepreneur’s life. It’s also when the real work begins to turn an idea into a profitable business model.

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How to Start a Junk Car Business

Everyone wants to be their own boss. The 9 to 5 office grind working for someone else can be wearying. For car lovers, starting a junk car business can be a dream career move. If you’re prepared to hustle for clients, you can earn a very comfortable income.

Starting a Family Business? 5 Ways to Ensure Success

~by Lizzie Weakley~ . Running a family business can be as challenging as starting a business with an associate or former coworker, if not more so. There are personal feelings to consider as well as bruised egos. Plus, they’re people you love. And if you don’t have a plan in place, dissension can easily detract…
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Do You Have a Succession Plan for Your Business?

~by Brooke Chaplan~ . Business stock distribution is normally determined early on in a business and is included in either the bylaws, operating agreement, term sheets, or some other formal agreement. Usually, stock distribution is reserved for founding partners, board members and investors. However, business owners should also consider making stocks available to other deserving…
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Aiming at Forever: Long-term Plans to Grow Your Business

Running a business is a world fraught with perils, and if you don’t tread carefully, you’re likely to be in deep water at best, and bankrupt at worst. The key to powering well beyond those fragile first 18 months is to look at every single decision you make and assess whether or not that choice…
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Ready to Succeed? 4 Steps to Starting Your Own Small Business

~by Hannah Whittenly~ . If you don’t like your current job, don’t think you can advance in your field, or are just looking for more control over your professional life, it may be worthwhile to start your own business. However, before you start a company, it is critical that you think your plan through. What…
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Getting Regular is not Just Good for Your Health

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ .Getting regular is not just about your health. It is also particularly important for your business. It can be both the easiest thing and the hardest thing to do. It’s not like you can take extra fiber and instantly become regular and make everything consistent. However, if you make being regular…
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