As businesses, we know the importance of budgeting. We plan our finances early on — looking at income, spending, staffing, technology, etc. to create a detailed budget that will allow our business to cover expenses and remain open throughout the following year, at the very least. This budgeting is even more important in the case when we need to borrow a bit to make ends meet — as with borrowing, we understand the importance of being held accountable for someone else’s funds. It’s a matter of respect.
So why is that so hard for the Government of Guam to do . . .
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