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    Propella
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    Hi all,
    I’m doing some research on how small business owners manage their finances and accounting. It’s part of a new banking product we are hoping to launch later this year called Thrive.

    https://www.plusthrive.com/survey/flying-solo

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    Paul – FS Concierge
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    Hi and welcome to Flyimg Solo

    We have a Welcome thread that will give you a heads up about our standards and the rules we enforce to make the community a helpful and positive experience for all of our members.

    http://www.flyingsolo.com.au/forums/index.php?threads/tips-for-new-players-to-the-forums.27235/

    We technically do not allow surveys but we can use our judgement.

    Cheers

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    bb1
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    And me being my contrary self, wont answer this survey because you pop on here, and your very first post is to ask us to answer a survey, no introduction of who you are, what you do, etc, etc, etc, just mining for information. Sorry in this case I think the admins should follow their own rules, if you cant be bothered doing a proper intro.

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    JacquiPryor
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    ^^ Agree with BB1

    [USER=115607]@Propella[/USER]. I had a quick look at the survey… you’re asking for us to give you a lot of information about our business finances, banks and similar (also, I noticed a couple of questions I couldn’t move on without giving an answer that I perhaps cannot answer) – whilst appreciating this is market research, in the absence of intro and context, folk may be reluctant to let you know how much money they make & which bank the put that money into etc.

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