A Crash Course in Financing: Understand and Control Your Finances, Maximize Your Profits, and Create True Wealth in Your Business

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Adams Media, 2001 - Business & Economics - 210 pages
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A Crash Course In Finance takes the mystery and pain out of financing a business. The authors teach the know-how required in order to communicate effectively with banks, venture capitalists and other financial sources. They demonstrate basic financial concepts and illustrate how they apply to any business. At every stage of a business, the authors outline the critical role played by finance - from getting started through getting funded, to growing and thriving. Additionally, the authors explain: * How to use the Internet as a source for funding. * Where and how to be financed. * The importance of cash flow and balance sheets. * How to plan for the use of finance and using investments profitablly.

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