Cash Flow

Finance 101: How To Understand Break-Even Financial Analysis - Lioness Magazine

Finance 101: How To Understand Break-Even Financial Analysis

By Kim L. Clark Suppose that your company plans to launch a new product and you’d like to know when the expenses associated with product development and launch will be recouped by product sales at a given price. The Break-Even Analysis provides important forecasting information. - Lioness Magazine

Tina Fay Launches Napkin Finance To Teach Money In 30 Seconds Or Less

Napkin Finance is a visual guide to understanding finance and it teaches you everything you need to know about money in 30 seconds or less.

10 Things To Make A Business More Valuable

Building value in a business requires intention and strategy. Read on for some tips on why it’s important and how to make a business more valuable.

Franchising Can Help You Create Residual Income

Christopher Conner tells women how they can use franchising to help create residual income and how to build revenue streams effectively.

If Revenue Sucks 2+ Years, It’s Time For This

If revenue has been less than stellar for two or more consecutive years, it’s time to think seriously about how to respond more effectivel.

A Profitable Business Is Directly Proportional To Your Ability To Take Charge Of The Money

Your decision to build a profitable business is directly proportional to your ability to take charge of the money. Here’s how to take control of your cash:

Signs Of An Approaching Cash-Flow Crash

Like so many business owners, especially those who are new or who suddenly acquire a competitive advantage that creates a tidal wave of business, you did not recognize the signs of an approaching cash-flow crash, independent of how much money would eventually flow into your coffers.

Good Business Credit Is Good Business

When your business credit score is superb, you can negotiate lower rates from suppliers and banks and credit cards. But building strong business credit takes work.

The Woman’s Guide To Finding A Financial Planner 

Women have particular needs when it comes to searching for a financial planner. Michelle Perry Higgins tells us what to consider when searching for one.

The Number 1 Reason You Have No Cash Flow

Managing cash flow is no easy task. Especially when you are trying to run a growing business. There are so many things to think about, such as managing staff and running the operations. And not to mention the ongoing business development. So how do you keep your cash flow tight and in the black?