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Barbara Weltman
Cash-strapped businesses can obtain the goods and services they need without any drain on cash flow. Barbara Weltman give you two strategies to do this effectively. » More
John Warrillow
Your business will need a lot of cash if you’re paying for stuff before you sell it. If you’re growing fast, this negative cash flow cycle can cause a catastrophe. Expert John Warrillow discusses t... » More
Tracy Eden
If your small business needs capital but you’ve been discouraged from seeking financing by the media coverage of the supposed credit crunch, don’t be dismayed. There may be options available to you... » More
Jim Blasingame
Spring cleaning doesn't have to wait. You can start early, and you should for the sake of your small business. Jim Blasingame explains. » More
Jim Blasingame
Barter opportunities for small businesses can help with inventory control, cash flow and may have tax advantages. It can be part of a survival strategy in a slow economy. » More
Jim Blasingame
Small business personal service providers should not think of what they charge clients as hourly wages, but as a price that will produce the gross income that will cover operating expenses. » More
Tracy Eden
Are you managing your cash flow system in a way that enables you to get early pay discounts? Tracy Eden offers some tips. » More
Tracy Eden
As your company grows, you may want to consider factoring services. Tracy Eden shares why. » More
Rich Galen
Rich Galen traded in his Land Rover for a new Ford. Here's his story. » More
Tracy Eden
If you have an open account with your customers, it may cost you more than it's worth. Perhaps factoring is the solution. Tracy Eden offers some suggestions. » More