The Small Business Financial Planner
Wiley, Jan 24, 1989 - Business & Economics - 211 pages
Explains financial planning for the successful running of a small business. Focusing on common troublespots likely to drain money from the business, it shows exactly what steps to take to solve these problems. Chapters discuss how to improve liquidity, how to manage cash flow and debt, how proper planning can cut costs, how to budget efficiently, and how to analyze and plan for the future. Charts and graphs complement the text's clear explanations.
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