Financial Management and Taxation Management are two separate disciplines that are used to manage a broad range of financial issues.
The former is the practice of providing financial advice to individuals, businesses and governments in the private sector and the latter is the discipline used by many governments and businesses to help their people and businesses save and invest.
This article will give you a quick and easy to understand overview of the different areas and types of financial management and taxation management that are being discussed.
This article is written from the perspective of the individual who has been diagnosed with a financial illness.
It is not intended to be a general guide to financial management.
The author will be working with the author to ensure that this article is accurate and complete.
Before you start: Be aware of the risks associated with investing in these areas.
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Before You Go: This is a comprehensive article that includes a lot of great advice.
This article will not provide a financial plan or an investment strategy for your particular situation.
To read more about financial management in your country, check out this article from The Financial Times.
For a more detailed look at financial management as well as the topic of taxation, check this article from the New York Times.
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If you want to learn more about the different types of finance and tax planning available, check this post from The Atlantic.
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