What is net cash flow
Net cash flow is an economic indicator of the solvency and financial well-being of the organization. The result of the calculation gives management, creditors and investors a clear understanding of…

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How to attract a sponsor
The process of obtaining sponsorship for your business, project or event can end in a successful and mutually beneficial cooperation, or a complete failure. However, you can significantly increase your…

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The main mistakes of businessmen
So what's the problem? Why do some manage to run a business, while others go bust and remain in the cold? Below we will present you the most common mistakes…

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How to become rich at a young age
If a person wants to become rich, then he will have to work hard, plan things wisely and put aside savings at any age, especially in his youth (of course,…

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Seven laws of money or how to be friends with finances

Do you want to become financially free and prosperous? Have you thought about your relationship with finances? We all want to have as much money as we need and even more, but in the end we can observe that someone is friends with money, and someone not so much.

Money requires respect, so proper handling and following the money laws discussed in this article will help you improve your financial situation and strengthen your relationship with money. Continue reading

Why does a business need a fast payment system
What is a fast payment system This is an instant transfer service from the Bank of Russia. The recipient for the transfer provides some kind of identifier. Most often it…

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How to evaluate workflow improvements
In order for a business to remain competitive, its work processes (both production and financial) must be constantly improved. For this reason, there is a need to evaluate the results…

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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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