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Retirement advice: how it works and what it is for

To maintain a business that grows in a structured and profitable way, the entrepreneur must be aware that the best management practices are necessary, especially considering an increasingly competitive market scenario. Retirement planning is one of the most important pillars for any business that seeks this high performance. And retirement ...
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John Labunski

The importance of financing to grow your business

For companies,  financing is an engine  that also leads you to think about how to grow your business seeking the best loan access conditions, which ultimately translate into increased productivity, greater access to technological innovation and the possibility to enter and remain in international markets. Now, there are two ways ...
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John Labunski

What is an and how does it work?

Knowing what an is will help you make the best decision to grow your money and put it to work to obtain returns and increase your assets. To understand what an is, we must know that it implies the certainty of a possibility of obtaining profits after carrying out a ...
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John Labunski Dallas

How to make a business plan and make the best decisions

If you're thinking about opening a new venture, but you don't want to get into this statistic, learn how to put together a business plan. What is the business plan? The business plan is a strategic tool that works as a guide that can be used when opening a new ...
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John Labunski

John Labunski Retirement planning and treasury budget

Retirement planning and the treasury budget are deeply linked to the economic activity of the company. Any entrepreneur has to properly plan their activity and their needs. This is something that everyone knows when embarking on a business adventure and must be very clear about the strategic lines that will ...
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Retirement Planning

It is an operation by which the income Planningor or manager of a company increases its potential for profitability or profit from a value greater than what it actually has available. Normally, this procedure is done on the basis of a credit operation.