Tag: cash flow

Are Past Due Balances Putting Your Cash Flow at Risk?

Cash is the lifeblood of every business. Maintaining healthy cash flow is key in providing sufficient working capital to fund operations. One potential cash flow trap is accounts receivable. If you have a business that sells to wholesale customers, you typically have to offer them payment terms. Collection from these customers can be a challenge.… Read more »

Maximizing the Cash Generated by Your Business

Most articles published about maximizing cash in a business focus on managing the balance sheet (i.e. collecting accounts receivable, reducing inventory levels, extended payment terms, etc.). While managing these accounts is important, it does not reflect how cash is generated in the business. There are three sources of cash in any business: from lenders, from… Read more »

Why Every Business Owner Should Have A CFO On Their Team

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Many of the business owners that I come into contact with are ‘successful’ while not having a CFO (Chief Financial Officer) on their teams: They are engineers, builders, medical professionals, attorneys, software developers, marketers, business coaches, etc., and are very good at what they do Their businesses have ‘been in business’ for several years, often… Read more »

Cowboy Math – Real Time Cash Flow

Every entrepreneur needs to realize he is primarily in the cash flow business.  Successful people always watch the numbers like a dog with a bone.  A problem exists today because the rules have become so complicated that the accounting world is focused on monthly and annual financial statements that follow GAAP rules where the numbers… Read more »