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Smart entrepreneurs don't just take care of business. They take care of their own business first.

We know how it is: you're totally swamped already just keeping your business cash-flow positive. But that's no excuse for not having an equally strategic approach to your personal finances. From retirement planning to budgeting for your personal bills (nevermind the office utilities), one of the healthiest things you can do for your business is to make sure you take care of yourself too. And that means having enough money in your personal account to cover the basics, even when the business isn't as profitable as you hoped. So let's dig in.

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