Are realistic, unbiased, logic-based financial projections important for making sound decisions? Few people would argue that they’re not, yet not many organizations make it a priority to actually develop financial projections with consistent analytical rigor and discipline. Why? Because truly useful financial projections, which means that they’re done thoroughly with complete objectivity, require a unique blend of “right brain” and “left brain” skills rarely found within the same person. Learn how to make solid financial projections.
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