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You likely already know that small business finances are important. But did you know that how well you manage your small business finances could very likely mean the difference between success and failure? That’s right—the number one reason why small businesses fail is cash flow problems. In fact, 82% of small businesses cite this as their reason for shuttering. That’s why managing your small business finances well is just as important as making a healthy profit in the first place.
As a new or expecting parent, your things can quickly become overwhelming. You have doctor’s appointments to set, events to plan, preparations to make at work, and of course, so much to buy. Between health care costs and baby clothes and supplies, it’s no surprise the average cost to raise a child is a whopping $233,610. That’s why it’s important for new and expectant parents to take time to plan their finances around a new child. Doing so ensures a successful financial future and helps