When your cash flow dries up, a cash reserve could be enough to keep you in business. That’s why we’re walking you through the process of building a cash buffer.
Small businesses often endure both famine and feasts when it comes to cash flow. And here’s what you need to do when you have extra cash on hand.
Most small business owners don’t know what goes into a Cash Flow Statement or how to read it. When 30% of small business failures can be traced back to cash flow struggles, that’s a big problem.
Cash flow is one of the most important indicators of your business’ health. These 3 cash flow formulas will help you better understand how cash moves in and out of your business, so you can keep that money flowing.
Creating a basic cash flow projection can help you plan your financials for the rest of 2019. After all, knowing whether next month will see a financial feast or famine can help you make better decisions about spending, saving, and investing in your business today.
Having a healthy cash flow is one of the most important factors affecting the long-term sustainability of any small business. This article explains cash flow in a simple way with strategies to managing it successfully.
As more businesses undergo digital transformations, more are also going paperless in the process. This post explains the benefits of doing so and a few ways to go paperless (digital invoicing is just one way).
If you want to keep your business running, you’re going to need to learn how to navigate the financial volatility of entrepreneurship. We spoke with four small business owners and asked them how they learned to manage their finances: here are five of their tips.
At Wave, we get asked a lot how to pay yourself when you’re self-employed. This video from Aiden Durham, Denver-based attorney at 180 Law Co. will help you finally understand the best way to pay yourself depending on the type of business you’re running.
Keeping your cash flow under control can be really challenging, but it’s one of the biggest factors in running a successful—and sustainable—business. Karen Richardson, Money Coach at Money Coaches Canada, shares tips on how to avoid common pitfalls.
When starting a new business, money can be one of the biggest concerns or determining factors for success. Here are five of the best ways to use the capital you have, to help you be smarter with your money when starting a business.
If you want the best possible return on investment for your recruiting efforts, the number one metric you need to consider is cost-per-hire. Here are five great tips to help you spend less on finding great people.