cash flow

Whether it’s the seasonal ebb of low cash flow, or a more pressing problem that is weighing on your business, money crunches are tough for everyone involved. Your debts may be too high to correct, or your margins too low. Perhaps it’s your current sales volume. More  than a need to simply chase invoices and offer incentives to entice prompt payments, these times of negative cash flow are more complicated and more detrimental to the health of your company. And cash flow management is as important as liquidity. (more…)

Bitcoin and cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency has gained an awful lot of traction (and press) in the past few years. Many people are excited about what it means for the financial industry, others are uninterested, and a lot of us are just plain confused! So what is it, and what makes it something that you should keep on your radar? Is it simply the newest craze, sure to die out quickly? Or is cryptocurrency the wave of the future? (more…)

businesses fail

Starting a new business is exciting. You have a passion for your product or service, you think you’ve identified the market for it, and you dive in after doing your research. But the statistics are harsh: a full 50% of small businesses fail within the first five years of operation. By year ten, this number skyrockets to a full 70%! And according to the US Small Business Administration, this number can vary so much that the failure rate can be as high as 95% by year five. (more…)

When Cash Flow is an Issue, Use Fundbox

Fundbox Business Loan

Small and medium-sized businesses across the United States often struggle with cash flow issues. Such financial problems can affect their companies to such an extent that it leads to failure: 82% of businesses fail due to cash flow problems, according to a US Bank study, making it the leading cause of collapse. Late payments by customers and variable frequencies in retaining clients are factors you often can’t predict, and can quickly lead to issues with profit that mean you need assistance. (more…)

Improve Your Cash Flow With These Simple Steps

Improve Cashflow

Cash flow is a fundamental indicator of financial health. It is crucial to have a solid understanding of where your money is going, and how much is coming in so that your business can stay afloat. Debt management and consistent cash flow are keys to growth, so it is vital to understand the steps to improving and retaining capital. (more…)

Thank you for paying email

Getting an invoice paid on time feels pretty great. You appreciate your clients’ attention to the due date, because it helps your business to maintain a consistent cash flow. You also know how difficult it can be to track down late payments, as well as the amount of work that can go into that task. Prompt payments are a boon to your profitability as well as your own time. And according to research, a simple ‘please’ when it comes to invoice reminders, and ‘thank you’ when the bill is paid can increase the percentage of paid invoices by more than 5%! (more…)

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