This article has been written by Shiv Nanda
. Shiv is a financial analyst who currently lives in Bangalore (refusing to acknowledge the name change) and works with MoneyTap, India’s first app-based credit-line. Shiv is a true finance geek, and his friends love that. They always rely on him for advice on their investment choices, budgeting skills, personal financial matters and when they want to get a loan. He has made it his life’s mission to help and educate people on various financial topics, so email him your questions at [email protected]
As a self-employed professional, you get to enjoy the freedom and other benefits you may not have in a 9 to 5 job. But with career independence comes financial responsibilities. And if you want to be successful you need to be financially fit.
When it comes to getting finance for your business, there are a lot of things that need to be taken into account in advance before the company actually runs ahead with taking the loan.
Most people do not have enough cash on hand to start a business. Fortunately, there is a long list of funding options available to inspiring entrepreneurs.
If you’ve invested in something large like a startup business, or maybe even a different large-scale project, your personal finances may have taken a hit.
There are inevitably going to be times when, despite your best efforts, something goes awry with your business. The best way to deal with difficulties is to avoid them in the first place, as there are many potential pitfalls that can trip you up if you don’t take care to steer around them.
There are clear signs that show just how accessible the real estate industry really is today. We have seen more properties changing hands these past couples of years, so you know there are more opportunities to make money in the real estate market. There are also more projects funded and owned by new players, including the construction of new townhouses and apartments.
This article has been written by Cassidy Webb. Cassidy is an avid writer from South Florida. She advocates spreading awareness of the disease of addiction. Her passion in life is to help others by sharing her experience, strength, and hope.
Sobriety is about more than putting the substances down. It is about getting your life in order – and this includes money. Managing finances is difficult, but it can be especially challenging in early sobriety.
This is an article written by Daniel Ng Daniel is a freelance writer who has been writing for various blogs. He has previously covered an extensive range of topics in her posts, including business debt consolidation, Finance, E-commerce, and start-ups.
When you find that your business is carrying too much debt that you are sure you will be unable to repay then there are two available options in front of you. However, you will need to be wise enough to choose between these two options after weighing the pros and cons of each and also your future.
This article has been written by Dave Schneider
. Dave is the founder of LessChurn, churn reduction app
. In 2012 he quit his job to travel the world and has visited over 65 countries. In his spare time, he writes about SaaS and business at DaveSchneider.me
Buying a website is an investment and, as with every investment, you need to consider all the fors and againsts.