Financial Clarity for Entrepreneurs

Category Archives: Cash Flow

Expensive Money

April 9, 2009 0 Comments

The most expensive way to raise capital?  Selling equity, of course.

Surviving And Thriving In A Recession – Part 2

March 30, 2008 0 Comments

Part 1 of the series can be found here. An impeding recession is a good time for a well-managed business to make gains against the competition or to shore up its foundation for quickly capitalizing on the economic recovery to come. This is the time to look at your cost structure and do some judicious […]

Surviving, And Thriving, In A (Possible) Recession

March 21, 2008 9 Comments

This is Part 1 of a planned series on managing your business during a recession.  Subsequent parts will be linked at the bottom of this post as they are published I don’t have a crystal ball or some special insight into the macro economy that allows me to say we’re in the beginning of a […]

Yet More Cash Flow Improvement With Credit Cards

March 19, 2008 0 Comments

This is another follow-up to Use A Credit Card For Cash Flow Improvement.  And since I don’t want this blog to be All Credit Cards All The Time, it will probably be the last credit-card-as-cash-flow-improver for awhile. Here’s what I said about starting with a “clean” card – one with a zero balance: Next, make […]

More Cash Flow Improvement With Credit Cards

March 17, 2008 0 Comments

This is a follow-up post to Use A Credit Card For Cash Flow Improvement. While not as popular as it use to be, some vendors still offer payment terms of 2%-10, net-30 instead of the more “normal” net-30.  2%-10, net-30 means that your invoice is due in 30 days, but if you pay it within […]