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Small Business Security: 5 Tips on How and Where to Start
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Ejew1973
Ejew1973,
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2/14/2020 | 4:12:37 AM
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Thanks to the author for raising 
Ejew1973
Ejew1973,
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2/14/2020 | 4:10:44 AM
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Thanks to the author for raising a really necessary topic. Given the fact that I devoted my whole life to the financial sector, I managed to see not so many business owners, and especially startups, who would realize the importance of budgeting and cash flow statements. The main goal for me and my entire team of financial experts at FinModelsLab was to automate the tables and help in maintaining the necessary budget documentation in the field of business planning and forecasting using Excel templates. It is worth remembering that the budget tables differ in their purpose for each business sector. For any kind of startups, either real estate or service stations, this is a must. For my part, I would like to ask entrepreneurs personally what would you like to add to the templates? I will be happy to answer!


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