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My business is going down. Now what?

I have been working on my business for a long time, I have been trying to maintain this business on a level that will satisfiy the consumers. Maintaining the our account is a hard task for me to accomplish. Now I have to close it. It is hard to close something you have strive for. Where will my other finance go?

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    Some businesses tend to liquidate especially when the business is not going well. Some businesses can keep up to the demand of the economy but some businesses can not cope up. It is hard for them. Most of those businesses that tend to close, their bank accounts are being liquified to the financial debt that they owe.

    2020.03.24 15:44

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