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How to Put Your Business Profits on Autopilot

Aug 04, 2011

Try to see yourself not as a producer for your business, driving sales or fulfilling the purchases of your clients, but as a business builder, growing a company that will one day work without you.... Read More

Financial Forecasting for Small Businesses

Aug 04, 2011

Financial forecasting can indicate future financial or operating problems. One way to avoid financial instability is to find potential problems and fix them before they happen.... Read More

How to Choose the Right Bank for Your Business

Aug 04, 2011

Not all banks will serve the needs of your particular business. Before choosing a bank, consider the amount of credit needed, status of your business, business credibility, and current banking relationships.... Read More

Why Use Electronic Billing

Aug 04, 2011

Electronic billing informs customers about upcoming payments and the status of their accounts. Using electronic billing, customers simply receive the invoice by email, which can be paid online by credit or debit card.... Read More

The Importance of Cash Flow Management for Small Businesses

Aug 04, 2011

Managing cash flow requires small business owners to regularly forecast and track it. There are three fundamental principles to remember: cash equals purchasing power, change your operations accordingly, and reserve working capital.... Read More

Recessionary Cost Cutting

Aug 04, 2011

To achieve necessary cuts, most owners need to determine what resources are crucial to driving sales and operating the business. Short-term cost-cutting solutions may help your company emerge stronger once the economy strengthens.... Read More

The Benefit of Cash Management Services for Small Business

Aug 04, 2011

Most cash management services can be set up and managed without a bank. Instead making a daily deposit to the bank, hundreds of checks can be processed from ones home or office.... Read More

Evaluating Business Cash Flow

Aug 04, 2011

The most common ways that analysts evaluate business cash flow is to conduct what is known as ratio analysis. It includes calculating the inventory turnover, accounts receivable turnover, and accounts payable turnover rates.... Read More

The Benefits of Cash Flow Management

Aug 04, 2011

Build a market reputation as a quality, credit worthy enterprise by managing cash flow and implementing strategies to keep your cash balances high and your cash flows consistent.... Read More

The Benefits of Cash Flow Factoring

Aug 04, 2011

Factoring can solve cash flow problems. When deciding whether to use a factoring service, also consider additional benefits like time savings or reductino in labor costs.... Read More

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