For entrepreneurs, there’s usually only one way to measure success: what’s your bottom line? The bottom line of your financial statement is where your net income appears. After working with hundreds of entrepreneurs to strengthen their finances, I know that most attempt to improve their bottom line by growing the business. That makes sense — more profits means more net income. But the truth is, it’s often easier to improve your bottom line by getting efficient with your finances. Instead of just trying to make more money, increase your net income by keeping more of what you make. So here are 3 quick ways to grow a little bit richer with greater financial efficiency:
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Source: Forbes – Entrepreneurs