Posts Tagged ‘loan’

Sound Business Growth

If you want to grow a business don’t you want to do it in a sound method that actually improves the business? Say “Yes!” Trust me, you do.

What Are You Growing?

Typically the focus of business growth seems to focus on one of the following and perhaps more than one of them: Read the rest of this entry »

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Why Debt Ratios Matter

If you don’t have a handle on your company’s debt you may find yourself without a company. Here are a few things to consider.

Types of Debt

There are two sources of capitalization for a company. One is owner equity and the other is debt. First let’s consider debt.

Debt may be in a number of forms, with bank loans to bonds being among them. An asset-based loan could be from a bank or other financing organization and Read the rest of this entry »

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Accounts Receivable Days Outstanding Analysis

About three years ago I wrote a series of three articles on ways to obtain low-cost cash. One of the articles was called 3 Low Cost Sources of Cash – Part 2 and concerned accounts receivable. In specific it discussed how the aging of accounts receivable might reveal an opportunity to generate additional cash, perhaps a significant amount. An alternative financial statistic to the accounts receivable aging that can help improve your cash position is the accounts receivable days outstanding. Let’s take a look. Read the rest of this entry »

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3 Tips for Managing Cash

In the posting Cash Management -It’s Not About the Cash Account we looked at how cash management is more about managing other accounts. The reason is that it is these other accounts, like accounts receivable and inventory, that ultimately determine your cash balance. Knowing that, are there some helpful tips for managing cash? Well, here are three.

Remember What Determines Your Cash

This may seem redundant, but you must always be cognizant of Read the rest of this entry »

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How to Get the Bank off Your Back

I can remember on more than one occasion observing where a client’s bank just wasn’t buying what the client was saying anymore.  Perhaps you have had a similar struggle with your bank.  There are some things you can do to Read the rest of this entry »

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