Cash flow — if you have it, where to get it, how to manage it and how to grow it. Cash flow is always on a business owner’s mind. If you’re worried about your cash flow, we have you covered with all of the content you’ll need to make sure your biggest fear isn’t happening: running out of business cash flow.
The biggest expenses in your business are likely to be office rental and utility bills
When disaster strikes, you need to know where you can turn for a business loan or other financing options with minimal turnaround time
Figuring out your cash flow situation is a key component of establishing the financial health of your small business. If you have your numbers locked down, you’ll find that it will often prove instrumental in securing a business loan and building trust in your venture.
Given its importance, identifying and preserving a steady cash flow should already be a priority. If it’s not, there’s no better time to start tracking it as one of your most significant metrics — and the best way to do that is to start with a cash flow statement. Here is a complete breakdown.
Free cash flow (FCF) is a way to measure a business' financial performance and health. It’s the cash that a business has left over after accounting for capital expenditures and operational expenses.
A cash flow statement is a report that summarizes and calculates your cash flow — the movement of liquid assets into and out of your company. Along with your income statement and balance sheet, it is one of the most fundamental financial reports you can create for your business. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) […]
Cash flow challenges can affect small businesses in any industry. Invoice-based and seasonal companies are especially vulnerable to cash flow shortages because of their inconsistent revenue. Even restaurants and retail stores that are historically less prone to day-to-day income fluctuations were hit hard by COVID-19 restrictions. So what can you do to prepare for cash […]
Opening and running a small business is risky even under the best of circumstances. Nearly one out of two new companies close their doors for good within their first five years, and the COVID-19 pandemic has generated new hurdles for struggling enterprises. According to an October 2020 survey conducted by Small Business for America’s Future […]