News and Articles About Cash-Flow Management
When Caroline Ceniza-Levine quit her day job to start a business, she needed to have revenue coming in immediately. Hear how she did it.
Credit-card giants agree to pay more than $6 billion to settle an antitrust case.
It is a hassle to change banks. Here is when it is worth it.
While it's tempting to sign up for another card to survive a cash flow crunch, consider these important tips first.
Is your small business caught in a cash crunch? Consider these steps to get customers to speed up and cut that check.
Financial dashboards are a popular way for small business owners to manage their money and track their growth without the hassle and expense of a business consultant.
Starting your own business will affect many parts of your life, including how you manage your finances.
Southeastern states have a particularly high percentage of small businesses being hamstrung by tight credit conditions.
About one in seven small business owners cite payment irregularities as their most challenging business problem.
Fuel prices are forecast to hit an all-time high this year. Here are some strategies for keeping your transportation costs in check.
Is your business feeling like an old jalopy? Here are strategies for getting the money-making engine humming again.
If your business needs to be nimble, a rolling forecast is a better bet than an annual budget.
A look at the most effective online tools to keep your business in the black.
With the success of one startup, Kiha Lee financed another.
President Obama is expected to propose offering to trim the amount of payroll taxes employers pay. Here are five things business owners can expect if it passes.
The Obama administration's new effort to trim inefficient practices and wasteful spending might help small businesses the most.
Small business owners are taking longer to pay their bills, a new study shows. Here are a few theories on why.
A fashion startup survives cash-flow problems and redesigns itself for a comeback.
Expert advice and lessons learned from financial missteps of small-business owners.
Regular cash flow projections can keep creditors at bay--and go a long way toward ensuring the good health of your business
Adopting some good habits can help stave off costly errors when it comes to recordkeeping.
For new business owners, getting cash flowing into the business should be priority No. 1. Here are ideas for getting started.
What can you do to get your business booming again? Profit-management expert Patricia Sigmon offers some tips.
Tim Berry, founder of Palo Alto Software Inc., on the best way to set up an effective cash-management system.
The financial times, they are a'changing. Keep up or get out, old-timer.