How to get your Cash Working for you

Is your cash working for you or against you?

The number one way to prevent business failure is to properly manage your working capital.
Working capital is defined as the difference between your current assets and current liabilities. If this figure is positive, you have working capital available. This working capital may exist as inventory, accounts receivable or cash on hand.

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Getting Ready to Sell Your Business

The objective of every business owner should be to have a sellable asset. However for many, selling their business is so far off into the future it isn't a priority. Still, it pays to be prepared.
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4 Best Practice Tips for Refinancing Loans

Loans are an important, sometimes necessary, part of small business management. However, there could be instances where the terms and conditions of your loan are not favourable for your current and future financial planning. 
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Five Facebook Tips for Small Business

Social media marketing can be confusing for the beginner. But once you understand the basics, you'll see that it can be a powerful, low cost way to stay one step ahead of your competitors when used correctly.

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Why You Need an Operational Business Plan Now!

Starting your own business is exciting, but it can be quite overwhelming as well. This is especially so if you're a first-time business owner. 
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Business Process Tips - How to reduce small business costs

Cost reduction is a good way for your small business to effectively implement business process improvement. 
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How to Turn a Good Business into a Great One

The key to the success of any SME is the passion and commitment of the business owner. On the flipside, the key to under-performance and outright failure is, more often than not, a lack of business and financial expertise. So how does a business owner bridge the gap when they've lost their way?
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Business Expansion Guidelines for SMEs

If your small business is fortunate enough to thrive and survive the current economic landscape, maybe it's time to take it to the next level. and consider expansion.

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