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Dirty Little Secrets

Don’t let the Dirty Little Secrets of Cash Flow catch you by surprise. Knowledge is powerful.

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Dirty Little Secret – Debt

Debt can create anxiety and is often managed from an emotional position rather than a strategic position. Create a strategy with your bookkeeper or CPA (or best person—your Cash Flow Consultant) to help service your debt. Or, start a conversation with your banker to see if it’s time to restructure debt to help with cash …

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Dirty Little Secret – Budgets

Budgets are stagnant (a snapshot of hope and desire). Cash flow is about the constant movement of money. To give you peace of mind, learn to look into the future with your financials and create a monthly budget that is based on a 4-month trend of your financials. Then create proactive strategies to optimize cash …

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Dirty Little Secret – Your Balance Sheet

What’s Lurking on Your Balance Sheet that You Don’t Have Eyes on? Most owners are not watching how much money is posted to the Balance Sheet on a monthly basis. Principal amounts for Loan Payments, Owner’s Distributions, and Credit Card Payments are a few examples of payments that will post to the Balance Sheet. By …

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Dirty Little Secret – Keeping Eyes on Your Cash Flow

Do you have eyes on the most important components on your financials to optimize cash flow? For example, knowing what your bank balances are on the balance sheet. My secret is to have the profit and loss printed on a cash basis and your balance sheet printed on an accrual basis. Want to know why? …

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Dirty Little Secret – Your Corporate Tax Return

Before signing your corporate tax return, did you and your CPA review it?  A short telephone conversation would be ideal to be sure you understand how your profits (or losses), your wages, and any distributions will be reported on your personal return.  I always recommend that my clients take time to hold their CPA’s accountable …

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Dirty Little Secret – Drop 10% to your bottom line!

–An important metric to understand on your Profit and Loss Sheet is: What is the Net Profit percentage to Revenue? Revenues less Expenses equals Net Profit. One indicator for good Cash Flow is to drop 10% of your Revenue to the bottom line (Net Profit). Have your bookkeeper customize your Profit and Loss and add …

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Dirty Little Secret – The Bookkeeper

The bookkeeper’s role is to record the day to day financial transactions for a business. They are in charge of recording the movement of money in and money out of the business. Different than a CPA who is focused on tax strategies, the bookkeeper is the starting point for all financial transactions. It is from …

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Over the course of her storied career, Total Cash Clarity™ creator and cash flow specialist Debra Robinson has seen it all. Take advantage of her in-depth experience as she explains unforeseen complications many business owners never see coming – and how to make sure they don’t happen to you.

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