Archive for Financial Management’ Category

17

Jan
2017

Accounting Software Solutions for Small Businesses | Extraordinary Business

Accounting Software

Every small business needs an easy to use and reliable accounting software that tracks the company’s finances accurately. Entrepreneurs cannot afford to spend a great deal of time on monitoring their firm’s accounting records. What they require is a robust software package that is capable of providing the reports and data needed to run the business efficiently.

Fortunately, there are a number of high-quality small business accounting apps to choose from. Here is a brief description of three.

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27

Dec
2016
Comments Off on Cash Flow Management Strategies that Actually Work | Extraordinary Business

Cash Flow Management Strategies that Actually Work | Extraordinary Business

cash flow

Every business owner needs to monitor his company’s cash flow very closely. In large organizations, this task is usually delegated to the CFO. Even if there is an entire department handling a company’s cash resources, it is essential for the CEO to remain directly involved in this activity.

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8

Nov
2016
Comments Off on What Bankers Look for in a Loan Application | Extraordinary Business

What Bankers Look for in a Loan Application | Extraordinary Business

Loan Application

Getting your loan application approved by a bank is not easy. After the great financial crisis of 2008, banks have tightened their credit norms and instituted a practice of scrutinising each request for funds very carefully. Consequently, small businesses find it increasingly difficult to obtain a bank loan or a line of credit.

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25

Oct
2016
Comments Off on Is Your Business Ready for the Next Downturn? | Extraordinary Business

Is Your Business Ready for the Next Downturn? | Extraordinary Business

Downturn

A successful business often tends to add costs indiscriminately. Business owners get blinded by the fact that their company is rapidly growing its revenues while maintaining a healthy bottom line. This lax attitude percolates down to employees who start incurring expenditure that does not provide any real benefit to the organization.

In many instances, company staff do not even provide customers with a basic level of service. They are so caught up with their daily activities and with managing increasing revenues that customer complaints and feedback get ignored.

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