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Understand the basic information presented in a business profit and loss statement
There are numerous reasons why your business needs profit and loss statements. If you are applying for a business loan, looking for ...
- Article By Casey Holley
- – September 3, 2010
Profit and loss statements allow small business owners to keep track of their cash flow
Whether you are a small business owner just starting off or are considering expanding a business, understanding the fundamentals of ...
- Article By CJ Slovey
- – January 12, 2011
Find out what the accountants already know
Most businesses hire an accountant to keep track of their books or finances. However, good business owners will stay on top of their ...
- Article By Lori Carver
- – March 29, 2010
Ranging from daily mantras to quotes that serve as safe havens in harsh times, personal mission statements are very effective tools.
- Article By Melissa Thompson
- – June 30, 2016
The right financial statements prepared properly tell much about your business
Understanding the financial details of your business – and, at times, being able to communicate them to others – can mean ...
- Article By Francine Huff
- – January 19, 2011
Get your business financial statements done right
Financial statements include the balance sheet, income statement, statement of cash flow and statement of retained earnings. As a ...
- Article By Andrea Townsley
- – August 1, 2010
Stop wasting money on expensive products and services. Find out how non-profits can save big with specialized discount programs.
- Article By Tony Campbell
- – May 2, 2016
Non-profits face unique marketing challenges. Here are four ways to overcome non profit marketing hurdles.
- Article By Blair Nicole
- – March 17, 2016
Consumer-centric Marketing Boosts Loyalty and Sales
Create consumer-centric campaigns with omnichannel marketing supported by social media and payment options to boost sales, customer loyalty.
- Article By Brian Hughes
- – August 25, 2016
You may think there are only two ways to increase your profit margin: cut costs or increase prices, but a third way remains.
- Article By Dustin Thompson
- – September 10, 2015