Small Business Cash Flow_small.jpg  90% of small business failures are caused by poor cash flow. Put simply, not enough cash coming in the door and too much going out. Getting paid on time and managing your outgoings is critical to business success. Here you will find all you need to know about ensuring you get paid on time and developing effective cash flow policies.
How to prevent a cash flow crisis 24 May, 2012
Ninety per cent of small business failures are caused by inadequately managing the money going in and out of a business, and it is usually this poor cash flow that pushes a business over the edge. With just weeks to go until the new financial year, now is the time for SMEs to ensure they have their books in order to prevent a cash flow crisis.
Five steps to prevent bad debts 18 April, 2012
As a small business, bad debts can be a financially painful experience, especially if cash flow is tight. Here are a number of steps you can take to prevent late and non-payment from happening in the first place.
How to expand through cash flow 23 February, 2012
Growing your business without borrowing may sound impossible, but it's not    - the answer is simpler than you think if you look to your cash flow. Here are six tips to expanding your business through cash flow.
Financing your startup business 25 January, 2012
The key to financing your startup business is a sound financial plan that makes sense to both you and your prospective lender. Here are six steps towards securing a successful loan for your startup business.
Three tips towards good cash flow management 12 January, 2012
Small businesses may have a tough year ahead after recent ASIC figures reveal that insolvencies have reached a record high in 2011, and there is no doubt that this is directly related to poor cash flow management. Read on for three tips towards a sound cash flow management strategy.
Cash flow forecasting for small businesses 09 December, 2011
Cash flow is one of the key factors influencing small business survival, and the gap between when a business invoices and when it is paid can make or break an enterprise. With this in mind, here  is how you can build a successful cash flow forecast.
Collecting with care: Effective debt recovery strategies 02 December, 2011
Small business owners will err on the side of caution when it comes to collecting overdue accounts so as not to damage their relationship with regular customers. Businesses should not ponder over whether to collect a delinquent account but instead learn how to do so in an effective way. Here are some ways you can do so.
Why small businesses need cash flow 24 November, 2011
There's an old saying in business: "Profit is queen, but cash is king." If you're a business owner, it is critical that you understand the difference between profit and cash as it could determine whether your business survives or fails.
Developing a profit and loss forecast plan 04 November, 2011
A detailed profit and loss forecast can help you make sound decisions about operations and investments to make your business grow.  Read on to find out how  this tool can help you understand and use the relationships that drive revenue and expenses in your business.
Profits or growth? Selecting the right strategy for your company 28 October, 2011
It's a question as old as business itself: Should you put profits into your pocket or back into your production Choosing between keeping profits and spending them on company growth has always been tricky so read on for tips on how to decide between which course to follow.

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