Cash Flow & Money Management
Women often overlook the need to protect their assets--whether business or personal. That's a big mistake.
Watch for hidden (or, at least, sneaky) charges on your phone, cable and utility bills.
If it is, forget the Credit Card Act--you're as vulnerable as ever to sky-high rates, erratic billing and unexpected fees.
A recent tax code addition will mean increased paperwork for small businesses.
Here are 5 ways to reduce your vulnerability during the credit crunch.
Don't let fear and desperation make your financial decisions for you.
Mayfield Fund partner Raj Kapoor's lessons to entrepreneurs
This calculator can help you in an analysis of which factors impact your net cash flow. From your results you produce a projection of future cash flows and make a plan for the management of elements such as business-to-business sales and inventory.
When you're choosing investments and deciding when to invest your money, use this discounted cash flow financial calculator to analyze how much your cash is worth today vs. tomorrow.
Use this calculator to determine the ROI for your pay-per-click internet marketing campaigns.
Use this calculator to determine your email marketing ROI (return on investment). You can test different scenarios to see the results.
This calculator shows you what impact improving your website conversion rate has on your total online sales. Enter your visitors and total orders, and you can see what an increase in conversion can do.
This calculator will tabulate your business startup costs including legal fees, office supplies and equipment, marketing costs, and the funds that will keep you running, including payroll, monthly expenses and inventory.
Use this return on investment calculator to view both sides of investing. Enter the investment amount, equity share and term to see the investor's ROI (return on investment), and what your company will have to give up all in one easy investment calculator.
A basic financial standard for any business is the break-even analysis -- the amount of money you need to bring into the business to cover your expenses. This break-even formula calculator analyzes your per-unit costs and revenues and your monthly overhead
Turn the tables on business costs and look for creative ways to eke out a little revenue.
Strategies for surviving the downtime in a cyclical business
Not collecting a salary from your business could have adverse cash flow effects.
If you don't know whether your business makes more selling Product A or Product B, listen up.
Paying your bills late and stretching your payables could yield increased cash flow.
Planning--not panicking--is key to long-term strategy.
Simple tips to make your business eco-friendly and perhaps save some coin
Ignoring escheatment laws could leave your business open to liability.
Straight talk and business tips from personal finance guru Ramit Sethi.
Tracking expenses consistently and accurately can help you shrink your tax bill.
Strategies to help struggling entrepreneurs dig out of debt
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