The 6 Questions You Should Ask Often to Smooth Out Your Cash Flow

Are you a business owner that gets to the end of the month and wonders why your operating account is looking a little lean? You know your business is profitable because your Profit and Loss statement tells you it is. So does your accountant.

Profit and positive cash flow do not always go hand in hand. Elements of timing, accrual accounting practices and slow to pay customers can contribute to cash flow problems.

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7 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Bet Against Your Home

Many business owners will at some point consider using their home as a means of financing their business.  Whilst this may initially seem like a cost effective strategy, is it really the best way to fund your business?

The big question is, should you use personal assets to fund a business?  Would you put your house on the line for a bet or a listed company's shares? NO. Then why would you do it for the business? Business assets should be funded by separate business loans.  

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Why Choose Invoice Finance?

There are many finance options available on the market.  This can be confusing at the best of times, but even more so when you are a small business owner.  How do you maintain good cash flow in your business and earn enough income to support your family all whilst ensuring the safety of your personal assets?

Invoice Finance, also known as Invoice Factoring or Invoice Discounting, is the quickest and safest way to increase the funds available to your business and improve your cash flow on an ongoing basis.

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Delivering Ethical Accelerator Payments.

Do commission based structures damage the quality of your customer service? It seems they certainly may.

A report in the Australian Financial Review, quoting Stephen Sedgwick, who recently undertook a review of payment and incentive systems within banking, found that staff members were begin pressured to reach certain sales targets. The meant they were obliged to offer products to their customers just to reach the target, rather than to meet the customer need. 

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