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Shaking the money tree– finding cash in your business

By Anna Masker In standard15th March, 2009

When you are short of cash, do you immediately think of going to the bank for more money?  With banks tightening standards these days it might be best to look inside your business for cash that is tied up in day to day operations. Remember the saying money doesn’t grow on trees?  Well, let’s pretend

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Where did all my money go? Having a cash plan

By Anna Masker In standard29th January, 2009

The single most important financial step that business owners must take in 2009 is having a cash plan, also known as a cash flow forecast. Why should you go the extra step and forecast your bank balance? One word– LIQUIDITY. Never in recent history has cash been so tight for businesses. Between late-paying customers, banks

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Even small businesses need an emergency fund

By Anna Masker In standard30th December, 2008

With the extreme downturn and credit crunch, many of my clients have found themselves needing additional cash to keep their operations going. Yet some of them found their credit lines reduced, credit cards cancelled, and new capital hard to find. While hoarding cash is not the answer, having access to it, whether through a line

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