2016-12-02 00:00:00 Accounting & Bookkeeping English Use small business accounting software to track inventory turnover, sales growth, and revenue growth rates to ensure your business is on... https://quickbooks.intuit.com/ca/resources/ca_qrc/uploads/2017/10/Accurate-Business-Growth-Tracking-Using-Cloud-Accounting.jpg https://quickbooks.intuit.com/ca/resources/finance-accounting/accurately-track-your-business-growth-using-cloud-accounting/ Accurately Track Your Business Growth Using Cloud Accounting

Accurately Track Your Business Growth Using Cloud Accounting

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Cloud accounting software is a tool that can be used by small business owners to track their business growth. The following are three examples that can be tracked:

*Sales growth – Use cash flow forecasts to ensure your cash and profit margins are well-aligned. To complete a cash flow forecast, add the existing cash in the business to your projected cash flow, and subtract the projected cash outflows for the next term.*Revenue growth rate – While this is a basic calculation, it is useful to ensure the business is growing. Divide the current year’s revenue by the past year’s revenue to obtain the revenue growth percentage.*Inventory turnover – This is used to show how quickly inventory moves. Add up the cost of goods sold, which is the expenses that go into producing a good such as utilities and salaries, and divide by the total value of what remains at year-end.

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