When Not to Borrow Money-and Why

By Brian Caswell

    The worst time to borrow money may actually be when you need money the most. On the other hand, the best time to borrow money may not be when you have plenty. You must study the cash flow, your business cycle, your margins, your current ratio, your ... [Subscriber-only content]


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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 44

Issue 44
October/November 1999

Profiles

Betty Vaught

On The Job

How much time do business people usually spend surfing the Internet?

Success Stories

Metal Transportation

My Turn

Small Manufacturers and Product Liability Law

Newsmakers

Newsmakers

First Person

Challenges, Opportunities

From the College

OSU Students Have Ready Support at Health Center

Economic Trends

Crysteel Celebrates 30ne

Small Business

Oswego County After Deregulation

Special Article

When Not to Borrow Money-and Why

Last Page

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