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It’s no secret that projections are essential to effectively managing cash flow, providing you with the financial foresight you need to make more profitable business decisions. This is especially true if your business is being affected by the recent drop in oil prices – now is the time to determine if you can operate during a downturn and make changes accordingly. Even businesses that are not distressed find themselves struggling to sync their bill payment with incoming customer payments to remain in a favorable cash position. To help, here are five steps to creating a quick cash-flow projection:
For assistance using cash-flow projections to help you make informed businesses decisions, contact our CPAs and business advisors in Michigan, Houston or Ft. Lauderdale.
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