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5 steps for SMEs to budget properly for the coming year

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uring the challenging times of COVID-19, it is difficult to forecast orders and costs, especially for SMEs that operate internationally and, therefore, are exposed to currency fluctuations and market movements. That is why we provide you with a five-step guide to ensure that budgeting is done on time and effectively. ( 3 min )

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Marta Alvarez

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