Glo-Bus Business Strategy Game – Finance and Cash Flow

The Glo-Bus financial screen is quite interesting in terms of business simulations. In relation to Glo-Bus’s big brother, BSG, Glo-Bus focuses upon cash flow for each quarter instead of annual year ends. This makes the game rather interesting as it becomes a balancing act of always having enough money for each of the 4 quarters, while still paying down debt. The correct way to do this screen is to basically pay off as much debt as possible while leaving enough a bit more than enough to cover the year’s expenses.

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Small Business – When Government Stacks the Deck Against You

We expect a fair degree of corruption, arrogance and drooling self-interest from our elected officials. After all, in the last 206 years, we have fallen a great distance from the days of the “virtuous republic” that existed-or was thought to exist-in that first decade after the Revolution. Yes, we expect it, but I would have more respect for the operatives, the party-men and the politicos themselves if they could be just a little intelligent about it. The current issue with the Bush Administration, Congress, the SBA and the awarding of a great deal of money earmarked for small business, is a case in point.

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Choosing the Right Business Brokers

Whether you’re buying or selling a business, having a broker on your side can make the difference between a successful outcome and a nightmare. However, not all business brokers will be suitable for your specific situation. Use the tips below to choose the right broker for your needs.

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