How to Track Your Startup Costs and Save Money

Don't let a penny go to waste.

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Money can be tight for a startup. It's difficult in the early days for a business's profit to match its costs, and it often takes years for a startup to get into the black. That's why it's important to make sure none of your money is wasted -- you probably won't have any to spare.

In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Mark J. Kohler gives viewers some tips on how to track your expenses as a startup and save as much as possible, giving your business the best chance to survive.

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