Cash is probably the number one cause of stress, worry, and anxiety for smaller business owners, which is natural when cash dictates the success or failure of any smaller business. Studies by the ANZ bank shows that up to 82% of small businesses fail because of cashflow problems. Some smaller business owners focus on budgets, which is essential, but it is only half the picture the other half is a clear projection of your cash flow. Managing your cash flow gives you a useful estimate of where your business will stand from a liquidity point of view into the future.
The ability to analyze your profit and loss statement, identify trends, and interpret what these tell you about your business is important. And you need to put that information into a useable form with a good cash flow forecast.
We teach some of these critical financial tactics in our Forecasting Your Business Webinar. And it comes with a free forecasting template that you can use for your business!
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Why is it important to manage your cashflow efficiently?
It helps you prepare. The goal of cash flow management is to foresee upcoming financial difficulties. Identifying when finances are going to be tight will allow you to plan where and how to allocate your