Have you ever been in a cash flow crisis? You aren’t able to make payroll. You can’t pay your vendors. There is simply not enough cash. BUT sales are rocketing. So in theory, there should be enough cash… Wrong. I say this during every Office Hours I host for our SCFO Lab members… “You need to
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Ready or not, it’s time to start the process of preparing your 2016 forecast. While it may seem a bit premature, a walk down the aisle of your favorite home improvement store to check out their (already) prominently featured holiday displays tells the story. Some of this can definitely be attributed to overzealousness to capture the consumer’s holiday
Effectively managing cash flow is an issue that all businesses face, whether they have plenty of cash or are experiencing a cash crunch. Cash is the lifeblood that fuels current operations and allows for growth, so developing a strategy to manage this most important asset is key. Effectively Managing Cash Flow So how do you
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An article in todays’ Wall Street Journal highlights how banks tighten credit standards across the country’s banking community. The author cites interviews with bankers indicating a change in the amount of risk that lenders are willing to take. Later in the article the author cites sources that say they haven’t seen a credit crunch. So