How the process of bankruptcy of enterprises occurs: methods of prevention
The term "bankruptcy" in Italian means "broken bench (table, counter)." In times of lack of financial literacy, it was customary to smash and destroy bankrupt offices. Since then, a lot…

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Virtual Assets Law: Help or Barrier?
For a long time this market remained unsettled. So the conceptual goal of adopting a law on virtual assets is, first of all, to move the market and activities with…

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How to create a business from scratch?
Therefore, it is not surprising that this idea seems like a promising undertaking for every vigorous enthusiast. However, many novice businessmen either burn out or, in principle, do not dare…

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7 financial risks in business that could be worth millions
There are always risks in business, and there are many of them. Some cannot be influenced, for example, if the summer in the region turned out to be dry, agribusiness…

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How to make money recycling aluminum cans and plastic bottles

Recycling materials is not only good for the environment, but it can also be great for your wallet, making you some extra cash. The easiest way to recycle is aluminum cans and plastic bottles: they can be taken to recycling centers, which usually pay by weight or quantity. Keep reading this article to learn how to recycle aluminum cans and plastic bottles to make money.

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5 ways to make your business financially sustainable
Business financial sustainability is like that 2000s meme girl—hard to find and easy to lose. Especially if you don’t know what indicators to monitor and what to work on in…

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The concept of liquidity, types and how to calculate
The meaning of the word liquidity is not as confusing a term as it might seem. In essence, liquidity is the ability of something (an asset) to quickly turn back…

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How to analyze the ratio of debt to equity
The debt-to-equity ratio is a financial measure used to assess a company's capital structure, more specifically, to estimate the relative proportions of a firm's assets that are funded by debt.…

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