The Cash flow News Weekly!

Happy Monday everyone!  To help fight the Monday blues we have another Cashflow News Weekly for all our wonderful readers.  This week great news for small businesses! Scotland Bibby Financial Services – Invoice Finance company, with offices across the UK and internationally, reports increased lending by 40% for Scottish businesses over the last 12 months. BFS has lent over £25m to small Scottish companies. Why you might be asking yourselves?  Well, the company aims to offer small businesses improved cash flow and support within their ambitions to expand! But wait, there’s more great news! Bibby Financial Services have also … Continue reading

The Cash flow News Weekly!

This week for Simply Cashflow’s News Weekly were feeling very international bringing all you lovely folk cashflow news from around the globe! Australia Being in business we all know that cashflow can be a challenge and the sports sector is no different.  In the news this week Australian Rugby has reported declining cashflow – crikey mate! The slump in cashflow comes from a lack of funds, which were available during the games golden period, but are no longer around as shown by last year’s reduction in match fees. But don’t be too worried just yet!  … Continue reading

‘What if’ Scenarios – An Essential Part of Your Cash Flow Forecasting

‘What if’ scenario functionality is for financial occurrences that could-maybe-possibly happen and if they did this is what would happen to your cash flow.  What do I mean by that?…well, let me first say that your main cash flow forecasting should only be for cash in/out that you know should occur – like sales won/made, office rent, salaries and other known costs etc..   The ‘What if’ part is for scenarios like potential new sales or extra costs but not confirmed ones, like, “what if we open a new office, make a big investment or … Continue reading

The Essential Business Questions: Have You Asked Them? Part 1

The owner – or manager – of every single business, whether it’s personalised piggy-banks or prisons, should ask themselves if they’re making the right decisions. As part 1 of our Essential Business Questions Blog, we turn the attention to you. We’ve compiled a list of 10 questions – more in part 2 – that business owners and managers should ask themselves to ensure their management, whether it be cash flow or personnel, is as it should be. The interesting thing about these questions is that they are universally relevant, big business or micro – so how many of these … Continue reading

The Essential Business Questions: Have You Asked Them? Part 2

The owner – or manager – of every single business, whether it’s personalised piggy-banks or prisons, should ask themselves if they’re making the right decisions. In part 1 we compiled a list of 10 questions that business owners and managers should ask themselves to ensure their management, whether it be cash flow or personnel, is as it should be. Here, in part 2, we ask another 10. All 20 questions are available for download in .pdf format below The interesting thing about these questions is that they are universally relevant, big business or micro – so how many of … Continue reading