Cash flow best practices When it comes to cash flow, the faster you collect payments, the better. Money owed to your company is money not available. So it’s a good idea to assess and refine your…(Show moreShow less)
We are well into the new year and, in all likelihood, you started off the year planning to reach certain financial goals and revenue targets. Before the year gets too far along it’s good to take…(Show moreShow less)
Q: Hi Steve – From reading your articles, I see you used to be a bankruptcy attorney and I would like to tap that expertise. For various reasons, my business has accumulated a lot of debt. But the…(Show moreShow less)
Time Magazine named TruTouch one of 2006’s best inventions. The device, which tests a drivers’ alcohol levels with much faster technology than breathalyzers, won a government grant that allowed the…(Show moreShow less)
I have a pal whose side hustle crashed. He decided to become a driver for Lyft. Problem was, his car was 10-years old and that won’t work for companies like Lyft and Uber. Undeterred, he spoke…(Show moreShow less)
Money is the lifeblood of your business and the measure of its success. What’s the best way to keep it flowing? Here are eight financial resolutions for your business to consider: Resolution 1: “I…(Show moreShow less)
Is the U.S. headed for another recession? Two-thirds of America’s business economists project a downturn by the end of 2020, according to a survey reported by Bloomberg—and 10 percent believe it will…(Show moreShow less)
Working in alternative lending, I have found that most small businesses don't run month to month profit to loss statements. This is insane. If you don't know what happens month to month with your…(Show moreShow less)
Before 2018 ends, it is good idea to complete an overview of your business achievements. The best analysis of progress is to scrutinize your accounting records. As Kevin O’Leary from TV’s Shark Tank…(Show moreShow less)
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