KEYS TO BUSINESS CASH by William Hurd Ejilyer


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Well titled, for this is no exhaustive study of the ramifications of financing businesses, but simply a blueprint of the possibilities, the sources of capital, and how to go about securing it. He defines the enterprises of which he speaks as those from $20,000 up. He shows how to analyze the liabilities and assets in order to prepare a statement to present in applying for capital. He indicates where, what and how of securing different types, -- bank loans, factors, finance companies, R.F.C., industrial banks, issuance of stock, etc. He explains the value of credit associations, of credit guaranty. He discusses chattel mortgages, amortization of industrial loans, etc. In the problem of long term money. One chapter deals with financing of defense orders. Another with launching of new business.

Pub Date: March 5th, 1942
Publisher: Harper