Some cash flow gaps are created intentionally.
Plan for extra invoicing in order to build up cash on hand and avoid getting caught short.
The bank is not your business partner, taking risks with you. They’re a vendor looking to insure they get their money back, no matter what.
The main ongoing problem facing the majority of business owners today is the perennial one of how to make the company’s cash flow stretch...
Cash flow is short, cash is tight. Makes it hard to plan the next three to four months. We’ve been making money, so I...
If you are like most commercial tenants who think that rent is the only concern when leasing space, you’re mistaken.
As with all credit instruments, credit lines should be used in anticipation of greater profits downstream. Use them to boost invoicing opportunity and to manage expenses and cash flow until that money comes in.
Most business owners have a hard time predicting and managing cash flow. Here are a few things you can do to see things more clearly.
A common problem in small to medium-size businesses is getting spread too thin. Owners are resourceful and willing to pitch in wherever they’re needed. That’s good in the beginning. Long term, however, it’s counterproductive
Companies seeking to ride the recovery, as uncertain and erratic as it may admittedly seem at times in the short term, must be strategic in their use of credit.
Once in charge, many small-business owners find that leading, managing, and motivating others involved with the business aren’t as easy as they sound.