Financial Management


What solvency is and how it solves your financial woes

Understanding your company's solvency will give you a clear picture of its financial health and allow you to course correct for a brighter business future.

How to close a business: A 10-step guide for small business owners

Knowing how to close a business is just as important as knowing how to open one. Here are the steps you need to take to protect yourself from liability.

What are assets? Ten financial terms for small business owners

Managing finances can be one of the toughest and most frustrating aspects of running a business. Here are 10 financial terms to help conquer the basics.

10 ways to access debt relief for your small business

Small business debt relief doesn't have to be limited to government loans or bailouts. There are plenty of viable options to help manage debt.

10 tips for using cash flow management to grow your business

One of the best investments you can make in your company's future is learning about cash flow management. Here's what you need to stay out of the red.

6 Essential Ways to Run Your Business More Efficiently

From payments to emergencies, there are many things you can do to run your business more efficiently. Learn five essential ways to improve efficiency.

Money, credit, and you: Mastering accounts receivable

If you don’t manage your accounts receivable, your otherwise-profitable company could end up with no money. Avoid that fate with a few simple tips.

7 Signs Your Company Has Good Financial Health

Understanding your business' financial health is a sure way to remain profitable. Learn the seven signs that your company is in good financial health.

Common Mistakes Businesses Make on Financial Statements

Financial statements help businesses attract investors, stay solvent and avoid audits. Avoid these common mistakes to ensure your books are accurate.

8 ways to bootstrap your small business

Bootstrapping is the ability to use a smaller budget to sustain your business. Learn how to bootstrap your startup by doing more with fewer resources.

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