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Cash flow is important for any business to remain viable, which is why you need the best advice when it comes to understanding your capital needs and differentiating between loans and lines of credit. First Tennessee's Business Resource Center is your source for expert advice that helps you manage your cash position.

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  • Access to Capital
    Find information about all aspects of your capital needs, including standard and alternative financing options, planning for your needs, where to go to get financing, and how to write your loan proposal.
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  • Taxes & Accounting
    Keeping proper records and financial statements is one of the most important things a business owner can do. Learn about setting up your books, preparing financial statements, and paying the taxes for your business.
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  • Getting Out of Business
    Whether your business is booming or going bust, there are many reasons why you might want to get out of your business. Use the information in this section to help you form a strategy that works for your situation.
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  • Managing Cash Flow
    Understanding and managing your cash flow is essential to the success of a small business. The articles within this section will point you in the right direction.
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