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Finance Management (66,069 Books)


Financial management entails planning for the future of a person or a business enterprise to ensure a positive cash flow. It includes the administration and maintenance of financial assets. Besides, financial management covers the process of identifying and managing risks.

 
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The Business Plan Road Map to Success Workbook Training Module - 2

By: Small Business Administration

Government Reference Publication

The business plan - what it includes : what goes in a business plan? This is an excellent question to ask. And, one that many new and potential small business owners should ask, but oftentimes don't ask. The body of the business plan can be divided into four distinct sections: 1) the description of the business, 2) the marketing plan, 3) the financial management plan and 4) the management plan. Addenda to the business plan should include the executive summary, supporting...

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Pro-Net the Web Site for Buyers and Sellers of Small Business Good...

By: Small Business Administration

Government Reference Publication

What is pro-net? The U.S. small business administration?s procurement marketing & access network is an online, interactive, electronic gateway of procurement information ? for and about small businesses. A virtual one-stop procurement shop for government contracting, pro-net? makes small business profiles available to federal, state and local government contracting officers, as well as to privatesector businesses looking for contractors, subcontractors, teaming arrangements or partnerships.

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The Supplemental Terrorist Activity Relief Loan Program

By: Small Business Administration

Government Reference Publication

Loans may be used for any business purpose for businesses adversely affected by the events of sept. 11, 2001 with a lower lender annual fee a special, limited-time SBA 7(a) business loan program

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Programs and Services 5Th Edition

By: Small Business Administration

Government Reference Publication

Sba financial assistance loan programs : the SBA is congressionally mandated to assist the nation?s small businesses in meeting their financing needs. The agency?s finance programs enhance the ability of lenders to provide long- and short-term loans to small businesses that might not qualify through normal lending channels.

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Borrower's Guide 2Nd Edition Fy1996

By: Small Business Administration

Government Reference Publication

Small businesses : discover new possibilities through SBA financial assistance programs small business is big business: it account for more than half of the private work force in the country and more than half of all sales. Small business also has the highest potential for growth of any sector of our economy, creating roughly 60 percent of all new jobs. To fund that growth, small businesses need access to capital in the form of both longand short-term loans or investment...

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The Facts about Starting a Small Business

By: Small Business Administration

Government Reference Publication

So, you?re thinking of starting your own business? Well, you?re not alone. Last year thousands of people across the united states decided to exercise their independence by creating their own small businesses. It?s the american entrepreneurial dream to take a business idea from the concept, research and planning stages to the day when you open your door, hang out your shingle or go live online.

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Low Documentation Smaller Business Loans the Sba Loan Program Stre...

By: Small Business Administration

Government Reference Publication

Sbalowdoc : ? simplifies the making of small business loans. ? features a maximum loan amount of $150,000. ? provides a response from the SBA within 36 hours of receiving a complete application. Count on it! ? offers an SBA guaranty of up to 85 percent for loans up to $150,000.

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The Small Business Loan Prequalification Program

By: Small Business Administration

Government Reference Publication

The small business loan prequalification program is designed especially for : ? borrowers in specific designated geographic areas, ? armed forces veterans, ? exporters, ? minorities, ? rural businesses and ? women. Inquire at your local SBA office as to availability.

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Mentor/Program for 8 (A) Participants

By: Small Business Administration

Government Reference Publication

Mentor/prot‚g‚ program for 8(a) participants : if you?re a small business owner classified as socially and economically disadvantaged, you can turn to the U.S. small business administration for in-depth business advice to become more competitive in obtaining federal government contracts.

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Curtailing Crime inside and Out

By: Small Business Administration

Government Reference Publication

Introduction : this publication outlines some positive steps to help curb crime. These include safeguards against employee dishonesty, ways to control shoplifting, means to outwit those who pass bad checks and means to prevent burglaries and robberies.

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Disaster Assistance Loans for Homes & Personal Property

By: Small Business Administration

Government Reference Publication

If you are in a declared disaster area and are the victim of a disaster, you may be eligible for financial assistance from the U.S. small business administration ? even if you don?t own a business. As a homeowner, renter and/or personal property owner, you may apply to the SBA for a loan to help recover from a disaster. This brochure describes the types of assistance available and answers the most frequently asked questions about the SBA?s disaster-assistance program for...

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Physical Disaster Business Loans

By: Small Business Administration

Government Reference Publication

If your business ? large or small ? has suffered physical damage as a result of a disaster, you may be eligible for financial assistance from the U.S. small business administration. Any business that is located in a declared disaster area and has incurred damage during the disaster may apply for a loan to help repair or replace damaged property to its pre-disaster condition. The SBA makes physical disaster loans of up to $1.5 million to qualified businesses.

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Economic Injury Disaster Loans for Small Businesses

By: Small Business Administration

Government Reference Publication

If your small business has suffered substantial economic injury, regardless of physical damage, and is located in a declared disaster area, you may be eligible for financial assistance from the U.S. small business administration. Small businesses and small agricultural cooperatives that have suffered substantial economic injury resulting from a physical disaster or an agricultural production disaster designated by the secretary of agriculture may be eligible for the SBA?...

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An Equal Opportunity Guide for Small Business Employers

By: Small Business Administration

Government Reference Publication

Introduction : the goal of this guide is to assist employers in applying equal opportunity policies in their businesses. It suggests sound eo business practices to all employers, but especially to small business owners who have at least 15 employees or eo commitments to government agencies or contractors. It should enable these businesses to be more aware of their obligations under the laws prohibiting discrimination. This guide is not intended to provide legal advice or...

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Abc's of Borrowing

By: Small Business Administration

Government Reference Publication

Introduction : all businesses, no matter what size, will at some time need to raise more money. For small businesses, the owner may be able to dip into his or her personal savings, or friends may be able to lend the needed money. Usually, however, the owner will have to look to outside sources for financing.

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Record-Keeping in Small Business

By: Small Business Administration

Government Reference Publication

Introduction : an appropriate record-keeping system can determine the survival or failure of a new business. For those already in business, good record-keeping systems can increase the chances of staying in business and the opportunity to earn larger profits. Complete records will keep you in touch with your business's operations and obligations and help you see problems before they occur. This publication explains the characteristics of and procedure for establishing a ...

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Pricing Your Products

By: Small Business Administration

Government Reference Publication

Introduction : the primary goal of most businesses is to make a profit. There are many factors that affect the profitability of a business, such as management, location, cost of labor, quality of product or service, market demand and competition. In our free enterprise system the right to establish a price is yours. Market demand controls the response to your product or services.

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Is Franchising for Me Workbook Training Module-1

By: Small Business Administration

Government Reference Publication

Workshop objectives by the end of this workshop, you should be able to: * define franchising. * determine whether franchising is the best business option for you - evaluate your skills and experience - identify your reasons for purchasing a franchise - personal characteristics - personal conditions - experience.

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Drug Free Workplaces

By: Small Business Administration

Government Reference Publication

Drug and alcohol abuse cost america?s small businesses billions of dollars every year. But small business owners can fight back with help from the U.S. small business administration. Under the Paul d. Coverdell drug-free workplace act the SBA awards funds to intermediaries to assist small businesses financially and technically in establishing drug-free workplace programs. An intermediary is an organization that: ? has at least two years of experience in carrying out dfwp...

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The Facts about Score Counselors to America's Small Business

By: Small Business Administration

Government Reference Publication

Good ideas for starting or expanding a small business are everywhere. But how do you get to the next step ? turning those ideas into reality?

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