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Poll on where you keep your business funds

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by patrickvinquo, Mar 26, 2021.


For your business, where do you keep your funds?

  1. Chequing account

  2. Savings account

  3. Timed deposit

  4. Traditional investments (stocks, bonds)

  5. Other

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  1. patrickvinquo

    patrickvinquo New Member

    Hi FreelanceUK people - I'm conducting a quick poll to better understand where freelancers keep their business funds. Your time is much appreciated!
    Last edited: Mar 26, 2021
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  2. Naheed Mir

    Naheed Mir Member


    Well, I kept my freelancing fund always in my business account. I always
    kept my business account separate from my personal account. Moreover,
    I draw my monthly salary from my freelancing account too.
  3. Anyonesss

    Anyonesss New Member

    I never tried to save money, I wanted to invest it, but more often than not, I resorted to borrowed capital from other investment funds uplyftcapital.com programs. In a post-quarantine crisis, a sustainable and scalable business will have a better chance of attracting financing. I want to analyze switching costs, sources of regular income, cost structure, and investor focus on strengths. As a long-term goal, develop a go-to-market strategy. Even though this is not the best time to introduce new products to the market, both the business owner and the entire management team should be ready to launch new projects. Otherwise, the company will not be attractive to an investor.
    Last edited: Sep 22, 2021
  4. Gramneuk

    Gramneuk New Member

    I see no reason to use a separate bitcoin wallet. It's even inconvenient for me, because my funds are constantly in circulation. I trade on the https://zikex.com/ exchange and keep my bitcoins there, so far there have been no problems.
    Last edited: Oct 3, 2021

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