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Accounting Tools Product Review- Paperworks

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You can see Top 10 Accounting Tools for Small and Medium Businesses and Top 3 Accounting Tools for Small and Medium Businesses to look into details Paperwork one of the top accounting tool for small business has been the formal and going- towards- outdated meaning for transacting receipts and payment records. Now every official …

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Get Investment Advice from Goalwise

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One of the most important problems faced by Indians is investing the money. When it comes to investing the hard-earned money, people get overwhelmed due to the number of options available to them or do not have the time or expertise to decide the right plan suited to them, or …

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Accounting Tools Product Review- MoneyPenny

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For any small business to grow, it is imperative to maintain a firm hold on the company’s finances and enhance the cash flow. The tasks of generation of invoices, making cost estimates, and tracking the expenses can become extremely convoluted and you regularly work under the fear of missing out …

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10 Basic Accounting Lessons for Startups

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Entrepreneurs at today’s time have to face a highly competitive environment which takes up most of their time, focus, and energy. Most of their efforts are put into promoting their product and getting their venture going. Many times, the founder and co-founders get too busy in a rush and forget …

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The Success Story of CreditVidya

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CreditVidya is a technology startup that operates in financial services. Co-founded by Abhishek Agarwal and Rajiv Raj, CreditVidya is a Mumbai- based financial technology startup. The startup came to an ultra light when it announced a raise of $2 million. It was a Series A funding from the Kalari Capital. …

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