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Money Moves: Imagine Playing Your Financial Life like a Chess Game

To say chess is a popular game would be a gross understatement. Chess, for at least 1500 years, has been considered to be not just a game, but a true test of intellect and character. One can learn a great many things about chess that can be applied to one’s life, not the least of which is one’s personal finance. Chess is a game that requires patience, foresight, and an ability to understand your opponent. Much like your personal finance, these qualities are required for you to come out on top in the end. Here are a few things you can take away from playing chess and use to improve your financial life:

Financial Statement: The Crucial part of an Organisation

Everybody regardless of their profession, have to deal with numbers. The business world is enveloped in equations, ratios and formulas. It can be a living nightmare or you can beat the fear once and for all. So here lies the importance of financial statement to get your business financial structure in place. It is definitely not the exciting part of your business; however, keeping financial statement up-to-date is an important aspect of a business.