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Who Cares About Costs? Here's How to Structure Your Business to Last

Many companies are too concerned with costs and operate shortsightedly. But a business who measures growth and progress in years, not months, is a much easier ship to steer.
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Q: How do I build a business that will last for decades?

With very few exceptions, the answer to this question is the same for any small business, whether it's looking to cash out in 50 months or 50 years. And it's not really about costs; it's

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