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How Businesses Create Money


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In this episode of Money Creation Explained we are going to cover How Businesses Create Money.

When an individual or group of individuals come together to start a business entity, they are creating an opportunity to create money. Businesses have the power to offer services or products to others. They can develop new technologies or take raw materials and turn them into a finished product from the total of all the components. This ability allows companies to create value and needed services and products that others would not be able to do on their own. They can charge prices higher than their combined costs and make a profit. This is how businesses are successful. They create new money in the economy by purchasing products and services from others and also for their company. Furthermore, their company value also increases which is potential new money if their company is sold.

Just creating a business entity does not guarantee success. There is a lot of competition and many businesses are offering the same type of services or products. Businesses must have an effective market strategy to create separation and value added benefits to gain business over their competition. At the time of this video there are 31.7 million small businesses in the US. This number accounts for over 99% of all firms operating in the US and employs almost 50% of the entire workforce.

Businesses always need money to grow, expand, and increase cash flow. IOU Notes offers alternative forms of loans and credit to businesses to help them succeed. The platform gives any business the ability to offer their current and future customers an internal credit and pay later option that once was available to only larger companies that could issue their own store credit program. Small businesses can reach a larger audience by offering very attractive terms to customers such as allowing them to receive product or service now and pay later and not have to worry about high interest rates.

Another service offered by IOU Notes to businesses is called Secure Loans. It allows users to leverage their own funds to obtain small loans for personal and business use as needed and never pay more than 5% interest per year on those funds and can select from 1 or 2 year repayment methods. Using Secure Loans a user can have a dependable emergency loan option, help build or rebuild their credit, budget their money better, and stop paying high interest fees from other loans. This service was created because of the need for affordable small loans.

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