Businesses are needing cash flow as badly as individual households. Between tightening budgets and consumer struggles with increasing debt, it is easier than ever to fall far short in finances and incur large amounts of debt. When a business goes through a cash flow crisis, there are two primary options. One option involves borrowing cash from investors willing to risk their own money; the other option is to receive cash from customers or the company itself.
About Taux Hypoth Caire written by Renee Friesen is a travel guide to Canada written from the point of view of a tourist. While on this tour, she meets up with three aboriginals from the Northwest coast who have come to assist their cousins in the kitchen. They are on a mission to deliver dried salmon to their cousin's lodge. While on this mission, they are stopped at a “rade” where they witness the murder of a saloon wench.
The following day, Renee and her cousin leave in search of answers regarding the crime. They find a clue in the shape of a bloody shirt that has the name of the dead woman on it. Renee, who is suspicious of the involvement of the Canadian mafia, follows the bloody shirt to its source and finds that it leads right to the docks of Point St. George. Le pr de Taux Hypoth is then found hanging upon a pier after having been brutally murdered along with another woman.
Le pr de Taux Hypoth is a murder mystery that takes place in a small town named Meilleurs Taux. There are a great deal of local interest as well as some international intrigue as well. This book was originally published as le meilleurs taux est a travers unisex story, which translates to “meilleurs taux est storie – men's, in order that it may be read by men”. However, the translator has made an effort to adjust the spelling to make le meilleurs taux a more acceptable word, so that it can be used in the context of modern French.
The first scene opens up in Meilleurs Taut-sur-orde having been left to tend to the cows at the local farm. While tending to them, a cow gets away from the farm and meets the town drunkard, who then disappears into the nearby forest. The cow's owner then returns only to find that the cows have been stolen and the thief has escaped. The cows are missing their ears, their feet and some even have hair missing! It just goes to show that even the simplest of tasks can become difficult for the modern day merchant!
The second part follows the plot as the narrator finds a suitable business which allows him to meet the local authorities. They are keen to encourage business as it means jobs for them and they often give great tax rebates. The authorities also point out that there are other businesses nearby with similar qualifications to his business and he could apply for grants if he wishes to. As luck would . . . . . . have it though, the grant he is applying for won't be approved as he does not meet the criteria! So the interesting part of this part of the novel involves the search for a new business.
The third part follows right on after the above. As he continues to search the net for potential employers, he comes across articles discussing how to find work in Canada. He even finds an ad for a company who specialises in selling Canadian citizenship papers. Naturally, he asks for more information and the company's representative tells him that he would be able to help. As a result, the three book ends up helping the agent find permanent residence.
The final part focuses on how much money the applicant will need. Because he is starting from scratch, it would take some time for the entrepreneur to build up his business. This is why he needs a big sum of money to be able to pay for everything. The book ends with the usual advice that entrepreneurs should follow: do your research, make your plans, and have a plan.