Cash-Flow Management | Cash flow is the most important financial item for a small business owner to pay attention to. Here's how to speed it up.
What can a sculptor teach you about making net profit and cash flow? Â A lot. The sculptor starts with a block of stone.Â But that doesn?t automatically
Invoice factoring and accounts receivable financing may provide small businesses with much-needed cash flow.
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Factoring receivables is simple, and yes, for the most part, easy. Still, it’s a financial move, and as any (good) financial consultant will tel...
Changes coming soon to the U.S. Postal Service will slow payments from your clients. Take steps to minimize the impact now.
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It's Thursday afternoon, you're looking at your business bank account and you don't have enough money in it to pay your employees tomorrow...
Forecasting and understanding your cash needs as you grow your business is one of the biggest problems that small businesses have. If you don't understand cash flow, if you confuse cash flow with profit ... you need to have a conversation with Joe Knight. Or you can read about ours.
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Using accounts receivable to obtain business financing for your small business is a good way to raise short term cash. Small business owners can use pledging or factoring accounts receivable to raise money.
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