Too often, entrepreneurs fail to pay adequate attention to their personal finances, which often are interconnected with their business. Here are six financial issues you might not have on your radar, but should keep in mind:
1. Protecting your personal credit rating. Often, small-business owners don’t consider how their company can affect their personal credit rating, says Bill Collier, author of How to Succeed as a Small Business Owner … and Still Have a Life (Porchester Press, 2006). For example, if you sign a personal guarantee when buying from a vendor, you are liable should your business be unable to pay within the typical 30-day term.
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