Your business's cash flow is important when assessing flexibility, liquidity, and overall financial performance. Cash flow refers to cash and cash equivalents (CCE) received by your business - inflow - and spent by your business - outflow. The information is compiled in a standard financial document known as the 'statement of cash flows' or 'cash flow statement'. This article will help walk you through the components and analyze a cash flow statement to better suit your business!
Do you ever look at your financial information and can’t quickly see the story it is telling you. Maybe your Chart of Accounts (COA) needs some housekeeping. Like a hoarder some COA collect old information that needs to be cleared away. There can be several reasons for a business to change its COA. It could be that your business has changed or perhaps there are problems in the original design of your COA. Your r eports may not produce the information that your organization needs to properly run the business or meet tax and regulatory needs.
Most people don’t think about the mechanics of making a bank deposit. You just go to the bank, fill out a form and hand it to them, right? Well, not so fast. Banks aren’t perfect and make mistakes. Plus, the world of banking is changing.