- 3 Ways to Improve Your Cash Flow
In part 1 of this post, we looked at the 5 Factors that Impact Your Cash flow. Now, let’s review some strategies for improving your company’s cash flow: 1. Look at your assets Review your inventory management system. Is there room to tighten up, so you’re not sitting on large amounts of inventory or carrying […]
Post - 2019/03/25
- It’s All in the Timing: 5 Factors that Impact Your Cash flow
Every business will experience the need for more cash from time to time. The key to improving your cash flow is to accelerate your inflows and delay or reduce your cash outflows. In other words: make sure more money is coming in than going out. It sounds easy, but there are several factors at play. […]
Post - 2019/03/19
- Cash Flow Template / Income Statement / Balance Sheet
A cash flow statement is a helpful tool in visualizing where and when cash is coming in or going out. This Cash Flow Forecasting and Financial Planning Template is an excel workbook that contains pre-calculated cells to automatically sum totals and simplify the financial planning process by eliminating the need to re-enter repetitive information.
Resources - 2018/09/29
- Cash Flow Template
This Cash Flow Template is a simple excel file that allows you to forecast your cash flow.
Resources - 2018/09/19
- Cash Flow Forecasting and Break-Even Analysis
A cash flow projection reflects factors such as terms extended to customers, supplier terms, seasonal variations, and other factors that influence when cash will actually come. A break-even analysis examines the interaction of fixed costs, variable costs, price, and unit volume to help you determine what combination of elements is necessary to break even. It […]
Resources - 2015/10/29
- The Importance of Cash Flow Planning
Cash flow planning is an integral part of business sustainability. Much like the heart in our body, we can’t live without it. Cash flow is the heart of a business; we can’t stay in business without cash flow coming in regularly. What is cash flow planning? Let me begin by providing you with few helpful […]
Post - 2014/07/23
- Keeping the Cash Flow Positive
Many new business ventures fail as they struggle to generate enough cash flow to sustain operations. Even for established companies, positive cash flow is required not only to take care of day-to-day expenses, but also to invest in infrastructure and future growth. 1. Get rid of excess inventoryExcess inventory causes worry for every business. It […]
Post - 2012/05/23
- What is a Development Lender?
Women’s Enterprise Centre (WEC) is a “Development Lender” – but what does that mean? If you’re looking for small business financing, there are lots of options available to you. So, it can be difficult to understand the differences between one lender and another. Development lenders are mandated by the government to help small businesses, and […]
Post - 2019/11/15
- Should you offer credit?
Many small businesses make the mistake of putting off developing credit and collections policies until they have a problem with an overdue account or available cash. The first step in developing a credit policy is deciding whether you should extend credit at all. Before developing a policy, examine your business goals then ask yourself these […]
Post - 2019/05/28
- Financial Management Webinar
Financial management isn’t as dry as it sounds—by being in control of your finances, you can be proactive in pursuing your goals! Your product or service may be exceptional, but effective management of your cash and finances is essential to your business’ survival. One of the keys to business success is being able to interpret financial […]
Event - 2019/05/21