Forecast Frequency: How Often Should You Review Your Cash Flow, Revenue and Growth Projections?
Posted 07 March by Blaine Bertsch in Accounting, Bookkeeping, Cash Flow, Entrepreneur, Small Business, Videos

Blaine Bertsch with Dryrun, discusses the frequency in which a business needs to forecast their finances and how important it is to have a pro at the helm. Transcription: Hi Everybody, This is Blaine with Dryrun and today I wanted to cover just a question that I’ve heard a number of business owners ask me […]

Delivering True Value to Your Business Clients in Your Role as Advisor
Posted 06 March by Blaine Bertsch in Accounting, Bookkeeping, Cash Flow, Videos

Blaine Bertsch with Dryrun, discusses the tendency of accounting pros and even some CFOs to miss out on one of the greatest opportunities in advisory. Hi Everyone this is Blaine with Dryrun. Today I want to talk a little bit about the difference in expectations between financial pro’s and business owners. We have come across […]

Cash Flow Management is not an optional service offering
Posted 05 March by Barb Easter in Accounting, Budget, Cash Flow, Videos

The overwhelming anecdotal and quantitative evidence is clear: cash flow forecasting and management is a highly useful offering to the majority of your clients, just as is compliance work. Why then, do we allow clients to dictate whether they ‘need’ cash flow management when there is clear evidence that they do? Transcription: Hi there, Barb […]

Your Taxes Impact Your Cash Forecasting and Your Mental Health
Posted 04 March by Barb Easter in Accounting, Budget, Cash Flow, Videos

Use your accountant to help you estimate your business taxes, then break your remittance down into monthly -or weekly- sums. Here’s why: Transcription: Hi everyone Barb here with Dryrun, cashflow forecast and management software out of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Today I want to talk about everybody’s favourite topic taxes. So I was doing a little […]

Cash Flow Management is not Magic
Posted 01 March by Barb Easter in Accounting, Cash Flow, Videos

Barb discusses a recent news article that leverages cash flow illiteracy and fear of big numbers to make a somewhat paranoid point. Spoiler: assertive cash flow management is not magic at any level of revenue.