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Why You Should Keep Your Personal and Professional Finances Separate

It may be tempting to go all-in on your company, but it's better to play it safe.
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Some entrepreneurs pour everything they have into their business: their home equity, life savings and untold amounts of blood, sweat and tears. From my perspective—as a middle-aged, recently divorced business owner raising three teenage boys by myself and facing 12 years of college tuition and my

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