The numbers in your financial statements tell the story of your business. Learn how to read them like a book.
Business owners can avoid "delayed realization" by recognizing unwieldy debt structures, which could destroy their companies.
Your financial statements may not make the bestseller list, but they do tell an intriguing story — at least to a banker. Unfortunately, the tale they tell may be misleading.
Your balance sheet and income statement tell a banker more about your business than you may think. You need to know what goes on in your banker’s head when reading your financia
By understanding the expected value concept, and making realistic assessments of your odds of success, you can make better decisions about how to allocate limited resources.
With the first quarter of 2010 behind you, the economy in recovery, and a number of new laws on the books, now is a good time to review your budget for the balance of this year
Accurate financial statements are critical to building a successful business. Here are 20 indicators that will let you know if you aren't getting accurate information.
When done correctly, forecasting is one of the most value-added activities a business owner can do. Here are four secrets to make this activity meaningful for the future of your
How many businesses really have a handle on the past, the present, and the future? Only with an understanding of all three of these things are entrepreneurs empowered with the c
If you're like most investors, those bulky annual reports that arrive on your doorstep are a waste of time and resources. If you want to get the most out of your annual reports,
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