Improve Cashflow

Cash flow is a fundamental indicator of financial health. It is crucial to have a solid understanding of where your money is going, and how much is coming in so that your business can stay afloat. Debt management and consistent cash flow are keys to growth, so it is vital to understand the steps to improving and retaining capital. (more…)

businesses fail

Starting a new business is exciting. You have a passion for your product or service, you think you’ve identified the market for it, and you dive in after doing your research. But the statistics are harsh: a full 50% of small businesses fail within the first five years of operation. By year ten, this number skyrockets to a full 70%! And according to the US Small Business Administration, this number can vary so much that the failure rate can be as high as 95% by year five. (more…)

Increase Revenue

Increased competition can stall business growth, especially for small and medium sized businesses. Without strong sales, a company’s future is at stake. Growing your business is not easy; the dedication and perseverance needed can be overwhelming. But understanding how to manage growth and profitability is key to ensuring longevity. (more…)

When Should You Use a Collection Agency?

Collection Agency

Your small or medium sized business can suffer quickly, with long-lasting repercussions, if even one payment is missed. Your cash flow depends on a steady stream of reliable payments from your clients. How do you know when it’s time to hire a collection agency to deal with your outstanding invoices, and what sorts of things should you be doing before that step is even considered? You have legitimate receivables that need to be collected for the sake of your company’s financial health, and a collection agency is a great option when you can no longer do it yourself. (more…)

cash flow

Whether it’s the seasonal ebb of low cash flow, or a more pressing problem that is weighing on your business, money crunches are tough for everyone involved. Your debts may be too high to correct, or your margins too low. Perhaps it’s your current sales volume. More  than a need to simply chase invoices and offer incentives to entice prompt payments, these times of negative cash flow are more complicated and more detrimental to the health of your company. And cash flow management is as important as liquidity. (more…)

Pay Bills

Did you know that a quarter of business failures are due to an interruption to cash flow? 40% of small-to-medium sized business owners say they would stop doing business with customers who paid late, while 90% said they would pay their own suppliers on time if their customers paid bills by the due date. 

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