Keys to Managing Your Cash Flow
Intended mainly for business people who want to learn more about making the company's cash work for the business, this volume begins with an overview of cash management techniques. Authors Siegel and Shim go on to explain the nature and the importance of maintaining the company's cash flow. They provide practical information on liquidity, credit and collection management, and the best ways to use or invest surplus cash, how to accelerate cash receipts, delay cash payments, prepare a cash budget and much more.
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Section IICash Analysis
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accounts payable accounts receivable amount average bank account banker borrow cash account cash balance cash budget cash disbursements journal cash earnings cash inflows cash management cash outflows cash payments cash sales cash shortages charges collateral collections from customers compensating balance control account cost credit sales current assets current liabilities debt deposit depreciation discount dollar employee equipment example factors financing fixed assets float flow from operations income statement interest rate inventory turnover invest invoice Keys ledger lenders Liabilities & Equity line of credit liquidity loan lockbox marketable securities ment merchandise month monthly Noncash obtain operating expenses Overdraft protection paid pay bills payroll petty cash Present Value profit purchase quick ratio rate of return receive cash records reduce retailer Retained earnings revenue risk selling short-term small business Statement of Cash suppliers transactions transfer vendors W. T. Grant wire transfers