At the very crux of any competent business strategy would be the ideal ways to control your company’s monetary flows. There should be systems in place that are already specialised and decently equipped to deal with cash flow management. This is because effective cash flow management strategies will augment your business in quite useful ways.…
The most successful of businesses are best run through the repetition of past strategies that might have once proved economically viable. Proactivity in business practices is often about the ability to successfully replicate a once successful strategy into a better version of itself. Thus, the market is a constantly churning mechanism that is always seeking…
Understanding your company’s cash flow statement is indispensable to getting your company finances in order. It tells you how much money goes in and out of your business. Your company’s cash flow statement, the balance sheet and the income statement together will give you a holistic view of your company’s financial profile. A cash flow statement is a report of sorts that tells you how much money your company has in hand or its liquidity.
As most of us are aware, a good credit record is of utmost importance. But did you know that it is important for small businesses too? Not only should all owners of the business maintain a good credit record, but every SME too needs to have a healthy credit rating from an authorised agency such as CRISIL. Most people keep delaying applying for a credit rating for their companies because they find the paperwork daunting. We’re here to help you with just that and break down the paperwork involved.
Small Businesses both in urban & rural areas will feel the heat as these are mostly run via cash transactions. Also with the rise in NPA banks will be averse to fund these businesses even for a short period of time. Businesses with cash transaction will now have to rely on funding from other sources and might end up paying a lot more.
Invoice discounting can help fund the Logistics & Transportation industry by freeing up cash sitting in unpaid invoices. The dependency on unpredictable and fluctuating factors makes it all the more necessary for organizations to have a strong cash flow system.
Cash is the ‘King’. The time delay between payment to suppliers and employees and collection from vendors and customers is the major problem and the only solution is cash flow management which is actually very complex to manage.