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Think of your company's intangible assets as the foundation of your business. Without them, you've just got a pile of rubble.
Is your business a revolving door for limited partners? As long as the money is there, don't worry if they come and go as they please.
They're not just there to keep the books--they're there to help you run your business smarter.
Don't be intimidated by the jargon. We'll help you figure out what the heck they're saying.
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Sum up all your business's transactions in the general ledger.
Regardless of whether your investors' intentions are honorable, you can make sure their letter of intent is.
Managing Cash Flow
It's just as important in business as it was in elementary school.
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An investment firm has made you an offer. Now learn what the numbers mean.
Not all big corporations are out to get you-some want to help.
Why bet the farm on an unknown VC when you can find a source with the funds and know-how you need to take your business to the big-money table?
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