Cash Flow Xero: Start at Ground ‘Xero’ and Supercharge your Business with the Cloud
Posted 26 January by Barb Easter in Accounting, Cash Flow, Entrepreneur, Small Business

Of course you can use Xero to generate a cash flow forecast of sorts – after all, Xero’s core functions are a solid option for many accountants. Where there is room for improvement is the cash flow generation process. It’s complex, and dicey results pulled from historical data that may not reflect an accurate future.

What is a Cash Flow Forecast
Posted 11 January by Blaine Bertsch in Budget, Cash Flow, Entrepreneur, Small Business

The definition of a cash flow forecast often focuses on an older, more reactive model of financial forecasting. The traditional view of a cash flow forecast describes it as an “…estimate of the timing and amounts of cash inflows and outflows over a specific period (usually one year). A cash flow forecast shows if a […]

Review 11 Key Business Benchmarks to Supercharge 2017
Posted 29 December by Barb Easter in Accounting, Budget, Cash Flow, Entrepreneur, Small Business

Now is the perfect time to reflect on the past year and explore ways to start off the next with a game plan that leads to success and growth. We’ve created a set of key benchmarks that are sometimes overlooked, but will have a big impact on your strategy and growth in 2017.

Do I Need Cash Flow Management Software?
Posted 15 December by Barb Easter in Budget, Cash Flow, Entrepreneur, Small Business

Just like other areas of your life, many of us spend the last months of the year reviewing the past 12 months and brainstorming ways to improve in the next.

Limiting Your Exposure to Debt
Posted 30 November by Barb Easter in Accounting, Cash Flow, Entrepreneur, Small Business

Accountants can easily call to mind some of the fear that their business clients face when it comes to exposing their personal assets to debt in order to fuel professional expansion.