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80/20 Accounting

The 80/20 rule (Pareto Principle) is one of the most useful we will ever encounter. Let’s discuss its use with 80/20 accounting. This is about focusing on the 20% of customers, products, expenses, etc. that account for most of our company’s results. Read the rest of this entry »

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Financial Literacy for Business Owners

If you are a business owner you may already be financially literate, but just how strong is that literacy? Even if you are there are likely some things your CFO, Controller, or in-house accountant can do to improve your understanding of your financial situation. On the other hand if you aren’t financially literate then these same people should be helping you to become so. Read the rest of this entry »

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Every Business Needs Accounting Done Right

Whether you’re a sole proprietor or a multi-employee small company, every business needs accounting done right. In the article Does a Part-time CFO Makes Sense? I touched on this issue, but let’s look a little deeper. Read the rest of this entry »

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Manage Your Liabilities to Increase Cash

While accounts receivable and inventory are two assets that can dramatically impact cash, it is important to consider liabilities as well. Read the rest of this entry »

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Know What Causes Your Cash Balance

Do you really know what causes your cash balance? I suspect many people don’t really stop to consider this.

It’s Not the Cash

In the blog Cash Management-It’s Not About the Cash Account I wrote about this some, but now I want to reemphasize what I think is often overlooked. Read the rest of this entry »

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Cash is a Necessity and Not a Luxury

Some companies think they are financially strong because they have lots of assets. But the makeup of those assets makes a big difference. What do I mean by that?

Can You Spend It

I touched on this earlier in the posting Read the rest of this entry »

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Return on Equity

I’ve wondered how many companies calculate their return on equity. It’s a revealing statistic of just how well the owners’ investment is performing. Read the rest of this entry »

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Sales and Accounts Receivable

Every company focuses on growing sales. That’s good, but how many also track the growth of accounts receivable? Often the growth of one does not mirror the growth of the other. Read the rest of this entry »

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Inventory Management Shortcut

Inventory can be one of the most difficult assets to manage. It doesn’t have to be this way if an inventory management shortcut is utilized. Read the rest of this entry »

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Unnecessary Spending

If we look closely we can see personal spending that was unnecessary. In business it can be more difficult to identify unnecessary spending. Ever wonder why? Read the rest of this entry »

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