The starter for side B of the the linear A-level course:
“Any new business needs money to start up. Some money comes from owners or shareholders; some money comes from banks. The business sells their products and, in return, collects money from their customers. The business then has to pay money to all its suppliers and workers. This lets the business work out how much money it has made over the course of a year. The more money the business makes, the more money it can pay to its owners or shareholders. Even if a business is going to make money at the end of the year, it might run out of money during the course of the year, and this means they don’t have enough money to pay money to their suppliers and workers.”
Literacy has to be at the heart of the course!