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Business Skills: Business Budgeting

There’s a cost to conducting business, and planning for that cost can be complex. Cash flow exacerbates the issue, since work you perform in June might not be paid for until August. If you have to wait two months for payment, how are you going to pay your employees and suppliers? Fortunately, a business budget can help.


With the following three steps, you can build a business budget that keeps you ahead of costs and leaves you room to grow.

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