Cash Flow & Money Management
Get a snapshot of your business's financial health with a balance sheet.
Measure your company's financial activity with a cash flow statement.
Avoid unpleasant financial surprises by using a cash flow analysis.
A break-even analysis shows you when you've started to make a profit.
Take stock of your working capital to make sure your business can meet its financial needs.
Creating a financial plan lets you control your business's cash flow...instead of it controlling you.
Here are five easy steps to understanding your pricing and ensuring profitability.
It's time to give your credit report its annual checkup. If you find any bugs, kill 'em fast to help keep your business nice and healthy.
Get your finances in order for the entire year with these steps for preparing a monthly budget.
Whom do you owe? Keep track with the accounts payable ledger.
How to develop a friendly relationship with your bank
How long should you keep financial records?
Many banks offer credit to cover account overdrafts, giving businesses a flexible way to fill short-term funding needs.
Determining your salary is one of the most important decisions you'll make as a business owner. Here's how to do it.
Have all the financial information you need right at your fingertips, and you'll always know the right move to make.
To keep up with increasing costs--and big competitors' prices--more small businesses are pulling the trigger on the pricing gun.
Who's watching your money? An expert guides you in finding a good financial planner.
Stumped about what to charge? Setting prices is both an art and a science--and a little bit of guesswork. Here's how to figure it out.
Cash flow issues keeping you up at night? Instead of throwing money at the problem, try strengthening each part of your supply chain.
Before you start making money, you've got to figure out how you're going to accept payments, establish payment and credit terms, and manage your finances. This how-to will help.
Scared of numbers? With these accounting tips, you won't be.
Reap rewards automatically when you use credit--or debit--cards to pay recurring bills.
Before you go on a spending spree with your surplus cash, get your priorities straight.
Save your company thousands of dollars with these penny-pinching tips.
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