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Small Business Owners: Do You Suck at Personal Finance? Go Scrooge Yourself

Posted by Stephanie Valentine on November 24, 2009 in Small Business Cash Flow, Small Business Opinion-Making, Small Business Strategy |

Asking if you suck at personal finance can seem insulting, but the question is not meant to be insulting. It’s just that, being a small business owner and having recently taken a deep look at my personal finances, I have to say that I suck at personal finance. A lot of my small business owner […]

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Finding a Good Small Business Accountant

Posted by Stephanie Valentine on October 1, 2009 in Employment and Jobs, Small Business Cash Flow, Small Business Management, Small Business Tax Tips |

A while back I wrote a blog post on finding a great accountant for your small business. Recently, I decided to take my own advice. I have used the same accounting service for almost a decade, and have always had a great relationship with them. However, I found that as my small business focus shifted […]

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Alternative Ways to Avoid the Cash Flow Crunch for Small Businesses

Posted by Stephanie Valentine on July 14, 2009 in Small Business Cash Flow |

In my last few blog posts I’ve highlighted different ways that small business can increase their cash flow, with strategies that vary from bartering with other companies to turning away slow/no pay clients. Here’s a list of those blog posts in case you want to know more about ways to bring more cash into your […]

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4 Ways to Decrease Small Business Overhead and Increase Cash

Posted by Stephanie Valentine on June 30, 2009 in Small Business Cash Flow |

What’s overhead? Not just the roof. For a small business overhead is usually the debt hanging over the small business owner’s head. Actually, overhead is the ongoing general cost of running your small business, and can include items like the cost of carrying inventory, office supplies, payments on equipment, and the cost of service providers […]

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3 More Ways to Beat the Small Business Cash Flow Crunch

Posted by Stephanie Valentine on June 25, 2009 in Small Business Cash Flow |

In my last blog post I talked about three simple ways to improve your small business’ cash flow, including prompt billing, avoiding slow and no-pay customers, and asking for your cash sooner. Now I have three more ways you can increase the cash flow. More specifically, these methods help you turn accounts receivables into cold […]

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