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Worried about cash flow, robbing Peter to pay Paul? Then visit our finance section to discover how you can get control of your financial destiny.

9 SIMPLE TIPS FOR SETTING EFFECTIVE BUDGETS

Whether you’re mapping a path to profitability or simply determining how much to spend on marketing, setting effective budgets can help your company manage money optimally. Budgeting is a crucial aspect of financial planning. It forces you to ask questions about the business decisions you make, which in turn helps you anticipate the resources you’ll ...

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A QUICK CASH FLOW TRIAGE

It’s Monday morning and you don’t have enough cash on hand to make Friday’s payroll – What options do you have?

 

Cash flow crunches affect every business. Ideally, you can weather these crises by accessing a line of credit or revolving loan you’ve already set up with your bank, or tapping into cash reserves you’ve put ...

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WHAD’YA MEAN, CASH FLOW?

Many business owners put ‘cash flow’ (or lack of) down as one of their biggest challenges.  And often they think the solution is to ‘get more customers’.  Well, maybe.

You see, it depends on what the cash flow problem is.  Let’s run through a couple of examples.

1.  You’re simply not selling enough of your product or ...

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HOW TO READ A BUSINESS CREDIT REPORT

When you’re considering granting credit to new customers, evaluating the reliability of potential suppliers, or analysing your company’s own credit standing, it is a good idea to run a credit report. A typical business credit report provides a snapshot of a company’s credit history, including how it pays its bills and manages other financial obligations. ...

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As you know for most business owners like you, your business is your biggest asset and the economic engine that enables you to achieve personal financial goals. It may be in your best interest to align your short-term and long-term personal financial goals and concerns to address both your business and personal goals.

A financial advisor ...

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DO YOU NEED THE MONEY FOR THE CASH?

It’s that time of year again.  Personal income and corporation tax demands  Oh, and there’s a VAT bill to pay as well.  Many business owners tell me ‘but I just don’t have the cash to pay…’.  An accountant once told me ‘you should be happy paying tax – it means you’re making money’.  Ermm, yes, ...

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Why Price Puts Salespeople on the Defensive and How to Stop It

Why Price Puts Salespeople on the Defensive and How to Stop It

Why do sales people give in to price demands as if lowering the price is the only way of winning the customer’s business? Well, even though the customer doesn’t explicitly state that a lower price will win out, a number of salespeople believe it ...

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Cash in a Crisis

Cash is the lifeblood of every business and no business can survive for long without it. As Mr. Micawber in Charles Dickens’ novel, David Copperfield, so succinctly put it:

Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen pounds, nineteen shillings and sixpence, result happiness. Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure twenty pounds and sixpence, result misery.

This simple ...

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Why Cash-flow Outranks Profit in Business

Kent based Business Advisor Glyn Moore recognises the primacy of positive cash flow and firmly believes that it is vital for business survival and growth.

A good sales creed is “give me cash not credit”. It is also the tune that successful businesses sing. It does not matter if your gross margins make your competitors green ...

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Can Your Business Survive Without an Overdraft?

The overdraft. The old financing friend of the small business. Provided by the banks to meet short term monthly or seasonal swings in cashflow or in some cases inappropriately used to purchase assets for the longer term. Often unsecured and historically reasonably priced, no wonder it has over the years been a popular form of ...

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