Cash Sources

There are three primary sources of cash for every business. The operation can borrow money, it can get more capital from the owners/investors, or earn the money. If a new business operation, try to match the sources off the funds to the respective uses to maximize the business going concern.

How to Find Investment Capital – The Family Connection

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There is one responsibility of all business entrepreneurs that is loathed more than any other.  It’s asking for money.  First off, you have to find financial resources and then you have to ask for money.  This article is dedicated to finding money and how to ‘ask’ for the money from a family member.  It is easier …

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Cash Counts

“How are you going to pay for this?” I asked? My client responded, “I still have checks” which meant he didn’t have any cash. He had the ability to write a check but no cash to back it up. I can’t stress enough how important cash is in any business operation. The reality is, cash …

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Cash is King – The Value of Cash Flow

For any small business operation, getting cash into the bank account is critical to survival.  Without cash, the probability of success dissipates quickly.  So how do you get cash into the bank account?  There are several sources of cash: they include capital, loans and customer payments. Capital When the business operation starts the owners or …

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