Category: working capital

  • What is the difference between sales revenue and cash flow?

    What is the difference between sales revenue and cash flow?

    Sales revenue and cash flow are often mistaken for each other or incorrectly used. Revenue is the measurement of your business’s sales and marketing efforts. Cash flow is the activity of cash that comes into and goes out of your business during a specific period. Revenue is essentially money coming into the business and does not […]

  • Options for small business lending

    Options for small business lending

    Lending options for small businesses come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Lending sources are used to fund an expanding business or provide financial assistance to a struggling one. While gaining access to funds can help run and manage your business, challenges can arise when small businesses look to lenders and other sources for […]

  • What is working capital and how to calculate it

    What is working capital and how to calculate it

    Many indicators represent the health of a business. Working capital joins the ranks of income statements and balance sheets to determine the company’s financial status. The absence or lack of working capital affects its ability to invest in itself, its employees, technology, and continued growth. What is working capital? Working capital, also known as net […]