Budgeting & Forecasting
Business tips to incresa profit margin; Calculate profit margin
A downloadable worksheet to help you assess and manage your cash flow.
Your current ratio, a comparison of current assets to current liabilities, is of particular importance to you if you're thinking of borrowing money or getting credit from one of your suppliers. Potential creditors also use this ratio to measure a business or entrepreneur's liquidity or ability to pay off short-term debts. Bankrate has created and provided a free, online calculator which you can use to calculate your current ratio at any given time.
The small business owner should jot down resolutions that’ll make for a successful financial year.
The article looks briefly at the key highlights of the 2018 National Budget speech, and provides links to the full speech, tax guide, and a comprehensive summary of the budget speech highlights.
You can get an idea of an accountant's level of skill by looking at their experience and qualifications. But how can you tell if they can be trusted with your sensitive financial information? You can always ask business colleagues and acquaintances if they know a good bookkeeper and hope you get a personal recommendation. But what other options do you have? This article looks at the factors you should consider when making this crucial business decision.
Knowing where your business can trim its budget
For a growing business, having a manageable level of debt can be an effective way of doing business. While some small business owners are proud of the fact that they've never taken on debt, that's not always a realistic approach. The question for many small business owners is: How much debt is too much? The answer to this question will lie in a careful analysis of your cash flow and the specific needs of your business and your industry. This article will help you analyze whether taking on debt is a good idea for your company.