Cash Flow Problems

The Cash Crunch Conundrum

Why do businesses fail? Maintaining cash flow is the number one reason, showing up in 82 percent of business failures, according to this infographic from Insurancequotes.com. The graphic pulls together information from sources such as the National Federation of Independent Businesses, the U.S. Small Business

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Celebrating America’s Independent Entrepreneurial Spirit

Celebrating America’s Independent Entrepreneurial Spirit

Happy July 4! Independence Day got me thinking again about the 2017 America’s Voice on Small Business Study by America’s Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) and The Center for Generational Kinetics. They surveyed 1,011 U.S. adults aged 21-65 back in March to conclude that America

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In Business to Profit

In Business to Profit

Have you seen the white paper Generational Views of Entrepreneurship and Small Business from America’s Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) and The Center for Generational Kinetics? It is full of interesting findings from the 2017 America’s Voice On Small Business Study, including: 0%of millennials have

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Cash Flow Matters

From IBM to Mom and Pop, Cash Flow Matters

I read where Moody’s recently downgraded its rating for IBM based on cash flow and profitability concerns. In other news, Denbury Resources reported a first quarter profit of $21 million, but “cash flow is now well below the amount needed to fund the capital budget

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