Finance


May

09

2018
Why You Should Do Both Short-term and Long-term Budgeting

Why You Should Do Both Short-term and Long-term Budgeting

Budgeting your cash flow depends on the forecasting of future expenses and revenue. To help you predict those values, there are multiple models and programs that take historical data and future plans into account to forecast approximate figures. Forecasting for your budget can be calculated for both the short or long-term. Each time period has its own benefits and using a combination of the two...

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May

02

2018
4 Tips for Small Businesses with a Tight Budget

4 Tips for Small Businesses with a Tight Budget

Starting a new business is not easy. But one of the biggest frustrations faced by small business owners is working on a tight budget. Not having enough funds to campaign big or hire expensive talent doesn’t mean your business can’t achieve big. A tight budget might give you fewer options, but if you plan right, you can leverage some great resources to grow your business...

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Aug

08

2016
How to Choose Between Investing in your Cash Cow or a New Product

How to Choose Between Investing in your Cash Cow or a New Product

Maybe it’s time for your company to stop investing in your cash cow and move onto a new product?   Budgeting for a new financial year is much more than predicting and accounting money for future expenses; it’s about defining what comes first for the company. Naturally, businesses grant the largest sum towards sectors they believe will reap the highest returns. But a major dilemma...

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Mar

19

2013

Borrowing your Way to Success

Contributed by JJ Richa There are so many ways to finance a small business.  Most of them rely upon some form of debt, often personally guaranteed by the founder(s).  So we start with the most simple of these methods of debt financing first, since most are simple to execute and non-dilutive – that will help you to retain your ownership intact. Here is a list...

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Aug

21

2012

Preparing Your Company For Inflation. What must you do in the next 6 months

Contributed by Monty Houdeshell Is the prospect of hyper inflation keeping you up at night?  Is inflation even on your radar? Maybe your business is relatively new or you have never operated in a period of higher inflation. The last time annual inflation in the US, as measured by the CPI (Consumer Price Index), was more than 4% was 1991.  Since then, for the last...

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