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Im currently studing AS applied business and I am finding the sources of finance unit quite difficult as I'm not really good at maths :/
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Im currently studing AS applied business and I am finding the sources of finance unit quite difficult as I'm not really good at maths :/
Moved to the Business study help forum for you :hat2:
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Moved to the Business study help forum for you :hat2:
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what is it about sources of finance you need help with?
in terms of sourcing finance, i don't think you really need extraordinary maths skills.
when sourcing a business there are a number of potential sources of finance and it often depends on the capital required:
Investing personal savings
Overdraft - this is where a business lets you spend more than you have in your account. overdrafts are quick sources of finance and are cheap if their are arranged - however banks will charge interest.
A bank loan can either be short or long term and interest has to be paid also
you can also provide a share issue - in order to do this, you have to be a public company and this will provide a quick capital investment but will result in potentially losing control of the firm if too many issues are released.
if you need any additional help - don't hesitate to contact me.
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what is it about sources of finance you need help with?
in terms of sourcing finance, i don't think you really need extraordinary maths skills.
when sourcing a business there are a number of potential sources of finance and it often depends on the capital required:
Investing personal savings
Overdraft - this is where a business lets you spend more than you have in your account. overdrafts are quick sources of finance and are cheap if their are arranged - however banks will charge interest.
A bank loan can either be short or long term and interest has to be paid also
you can also provide a share issue - in order to do this, you have to be a public company and this will provide a quick capital investment but will result in potentially losing control of the firm if too many issues are released.
if you need any additional help - don't hesitate to contact me.
Thanks!
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