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The financial times, they are a'changing. Keep up or get out, old-timer.
In ordinary times, cash is merely king. When sales slump cash flow becomes emperor of the universe.
Understanding your cash flow statement is key to tracking your business's financial health.
If you don't know the first thing about your business's cash flow, now's the time to learn.
Measure your company's financial activity with a cash flow statement.
Avoid unpleasant financial surprises by using a cash flow analysis.
These four steps will help you keep track of the money coming in and out of your growing company.
Knowing how much is coming into and going out of your business will help you keep your business afloat.
Amy Rauch Neilson