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Simply defined, cash flow refers to the revenues a business generates (and collects) compared to the expenses it pays out over a fixed period of time. Broadly speaking, businesses bring in money through sales, financing and returns on investments. They also spend money on supplies and services, as well as utilities, taxes and other bills.
Cash flow problems affect many businesses. And the data backs it up: According to a recent survey, three out of every five businesses experience cash flow problems. Still, while cash flow problems are not uncommon, businesses owners are better off doing whatever they can to avoid them altogether.
Download this free eBook and you’ll learn cash flow basics, how to build a Cash Flow Statement for your business, and the best ways to manage your cash flow.
Businesses that master cash flow management can:
Download this eBook and learn how to master cash flow management. Sooner or later, cash flow problems may very well become a distant memory.
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