Author: bowraven

Cash flow forecast template 3 years

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Cash flow forecast template 3 years is probably the best period and our most popular software version. The most popular period for a cash flow forecast is a 3-year forecast, as this is a reasonable time-frame in which to work out your forecast sales and associated costs and overheads for your business. If you are […]

How to buy a business with no money

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How to buy a business with no money – is it possible to buy a business without any money? This article is about whether it is possible to buy an existing business without money and if so, how. I have written a very reasonably priced book about ‘No Money Down‘, which is aimed mainly at […]

How to write a business plan

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How to write a business plan – Some useful tips for you if you are in the middle of writing your plan or better still not knowing where to start! Based on experience helping write business plans for clients back when I ran my own Chartered Accounting Practice and then of course writing my own […]

How to increase profit without increasing price

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Is it possible to increase profit without increasing prices? When I had my own Chartered Accounting Practice a few years back I ended up specialising in Business Development, as this is an area of business that I find more interesting and much more fulfilling than simple bean counting! I loved to work with business owners in […]

Cash Flow Software

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Cash Flow Software is an important tool for your business and is a tool that is used for projecting into the future rather than analysing the past, which is left for your accounting software. I know that in the past I would spend hours setting up a myriad of spreadsheets, projections and sit analysing numbers, […]

Cash is king to business (Profit is vanity and the importance of cash)

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Cash is king for all businesses and is a phrase often used in business speak. The term reflects the belief that cash is more valuable than anything else in business. It’s true to say that cash is king and profit is vanity, as profits not converted into cash are useless to any company. The cash is king full saying: Turnover is vanity and profit is sanity, but cash if king.