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One small thing that might make the business world just a tiny bit better is all of us agreeing how we measure growth.  I hesitate to wade into this subject because so many people have so many definitions. *Source: Tim Berry at Small Business Trends And you’d think it was obvious, but then suddenly I […]

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Many businesses are effectively endangering their cash flow management by using cash basis accounting as their primary method of tracking their day to day financial dealings.  This can develop into a serious problem. Cash basis accounting doesn’t comply with GAAP principles. Source: www.accountingdepartment.com If you’re surprised to learn that, keep reading. Even though there are […]

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Job costing, which is the single most important task in an estimating systems process flow, is something that is often neglected by so many start-up, small and mid-sized construction companies. Failing to job cost effectively or failing to execute it altogether, would be similar to a pilot attempting to fly a plane through thick cloud […]

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Growing too fast can be dangerous to your company’s health.  Use the Sustainable Growth Rate ratio in order to track your company’s financial ability to grow. What typically tops the list of worries of the chief executive officers of fast growing companies? Financing that growth, according to surveys over the years. This is because many companies […]

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Your business statement of cash flows is the key most crucial, the least-used, and the poorest understood of the primary financial statements (P&L and balance sheet being the other two).  Because many entrepreneurs use QuickBooks, we think its important to understand what  must happen to get the most accuracy from this key report. By setting […]

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