Cash Flow & Money Management
Let an accountant handle your complex finances so you can concentrate on building your business.
5 strategies to survive hiccups in your business bank account
What to do when deadbeat debtors refuse to cough up the cash
Low prices sound good, but can you slice deep without hitting profit?
Here's how to establish a good working relationship with your banker from the start.
The first in a series exploring veteran entrepreneurs' secrets of success
Avoid these errors to avoid financial nightmares.
Don't let investors and lenders use that old "it's the economy" line as justification to put the squeeze on your business.
Your search for capital should start in the nooks, crannies, equipment and real estate your business already has.
Card issuers are really rolling out the red carpet for their business customers, but is there a catch? Not if you act responsibly.
Whether you're selling your business, getting insurance or sorting through estate taxes, knowing your business's value comes in handy.
Think of your company's intangible assets as the foundation of your business. Without them, you've just got a pile of rubble.
The first thing to figure out is whether you're profitable.
They're not just there to keep the books--they're there to help you run your business smarter.
Sum up all your business's transactions in the general ledger.
It's just as important in business as it was in elementary school.
Part II of a two-part series on turning around a troubled company
What to do if your bank requires audited financial statements
Simple solutions for winning the cash-flow battle
How one company deals with a common cash-flow problem
Creating reasonable sales forecasts for your company is easier than you might think.
Your big, bloated company is costing you an arm and a leg. Maybe it's time to cut back.
Don't bail until you read this.
Ever wonder just what investors are looking for when they pore over all those numbers in your financial statements?
How to calculate your "working capital movement"
Maintaining good relations with your bank even when you don't need money from them
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