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Working capital management for business

What You Need to Know Before Asking for Financing

Before meeting with a prospect, you’d do your homework. You can look up the prospect on LinkedIn to study the person’s background. Look for connections and things you have in common. Go to the prospect’s company website and read up. Identify their mission and what problems they solve. Check out their clients to get an idea of what types of companies they serve.

Doing your homework can give you the upper hand in landing the prospect.

It can also help when you’re searching for working capital to scale your services and take on bigger opportunities that will grow your business.

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What You Actually Need to Know About Small Business Cash Management

A small business can make a profit and yet keep running out of money. Profit does not mean a business has positive cash flow. It’s natural to think a profitable business has cash on hand when profit means financial gain. However, financial reports can show profit without money in the bank.

Without cash, a small business can become insolvent, unable to pay its employees and bills. In “What I’m Still Learning About Managing Cash Flow” from the NY Times, Jay Goltz explains how a company can show profit without having cash on hand.

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This Is Not the Answer to Your Cash Flow Problems

I received a letter from a company that provides small business loans and financing. This company had been on my radar because of their less than stellar reputation.

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Get paid and grow business

6 Ways to Stop Worrying and Actually Get Paid on Time

The simple act of getting paid can take up a big chunk of small business owner’s time while pushing stress levels to new highs. Aside from exploring funding options to help with cash flow problems, businesses can put safeguards in place to stop wasting time on chasing down payments. With the time they regain, they’ll be able to do more business development.

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Payroll Due? Not Enough Cash? Here’s What You Can Do

You’re a business owner and tomorrow is payday. The checks that are supposed to cover payroll haven’t come in. On top of that, you had to purchase materials with what little cash you had on hand. You just couldn’t wait until after payday to get the materials you needed.

This is a situation familiar to many small business owners. And there’s an easier way to solve it without upsetting employees, clients, and vendors.

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How to Start the New Year with a Clean Slate

Upon completing their education, college students fall into one of two groups. Some graduate from college with large student loans needing to be paid. Those loans in addition to rent, food, and any others add up. They’ll start life after school weighed down by debt.

The other group will get their diplomas and leave college feeling lighter than ever. This group is about to begin the next phase of their lives with zero college debt.

Most students fall in the indebted group.

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How to Finally Enjoy the Holidays Without Worrying About Money

Messages from clients like the following are why we love what we do.

“I was telling my employees that this is the first time in 26 years that I’m going to be able to relax over the holidays. There was always someone who forgot to sign the checks who left me hanging. Now I don’t have to worry anymore.”

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Are You Sure You Know What You Need to Know About Accounts Receivable?

“Cash is king.” No doubt every small business owner has heard that. That’s because a small business can’t survive without cash flow. All the great talent means zilch if you can’t pay them and your bills.

But what brings in the cash? Your accounts receivable, or A/R. Accounts receivable is an accounting term for what your clients owe you for the products or services you delivered. Your invoices are a generated accounts receivable. Until you submit your invoices to clients, you won’t get paid.

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