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Most new businesses get started out of personal savings.
While there are potentially many ways to value a business, one popular method is using the discounted, or present value, of your estimated cash flow.
The break even point for a product or a business is the point where sales revenue equals your fixed plus total variable costs.
Managing the inventory of a business is an important. Having insufficient inventory on hand can often result in lost sales and dissatisfied customers.
Working capital is the amount you have remaining when current liabilities are subtracted from current assets.
The gross margin of a product is measured by subtracting the cost of goods sold from the selling price.
Accounts receivable are monies owed to your business for goods or services delivered to a customer, but not yet paid for.
The cost of an employee is more than their salary.
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