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  • Time Management Apps to Help You and Your Employees

    Time Management Apps to Help You and Your Employees   One of the most simple ways to make sure you spend your time wisely is by using time management apps for either your computer or smartphone. Here are a few apps that help you and your employees get more done: Rescue Time This is a time tracking software that runs quietly in the background of your ...

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  • Does Your Business Need Financing?

    Does Your Business Need Financing   Owning and operating a business takes a lot of work, sometimes causing your financial situation to be overlooked. While long term financing might be ideal, sometimes you need to plan for some short term funding to help keep your business running. Nobody wants a lack of capital to halt the growth of their business, o...

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  • Inventory Control

    Ways to Help Cash Flow by Controlling Your Inventory Inventory Control   Value Before you make any serious changes to your business, ask yourself whether or not applying inventory techniques will generate the business value you’re looking to achieve. Going through with changing your current practices will definitely be a significant time and effor...

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  • What is a Bridge Loan?

    A Bridge Loan is a short-term loan which is used to “bridge the gap” between two long-term loans. Companies can use these loans to cover any shortfalls that come up when the company needs to repay one loan before it has had time to obtain a new long-term loan. Types Companies can use this type of loan in a number of ways for different reasons. The most ...

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  • Bridge Loan Review

    Bridge Loan Review:   What Is A Bridge Loan? The bridge loan is a short term loan taken by a borrower against their current property to finance the purchase of a new property. It’s typically good for six months, but can extend up to 12 months. Many bridge loans have an interest rate of approximately 2-precent above the average fixed-rate product. Gen...

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