In: Accounting 101

5 signs that Your Business Might Have Cash Flow Problems

5 Signs That Your Business Might Have Cash Flow Problems

As we are all aware, cash flow is the lifeblood to any business and is essential to enable a business to...

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How to Analyse Your Business Financials

With the economic downturn brought about by the rapid onset of COVID-19, it is now more important than ever that you...

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Accounting Tips – What is Debt to Equity Ratio?

The debt to equity ratio, also known as risk or gearing ratio, is a solvency ratio that shows the relation between...

cash flows , accounts receivable, invoice finance

Accounting Tips – Understanding Your Business Cash Flows

Cash flows are the net amount of cash and cash-equivalents that is being transferred into and out of a business. They...

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Analysing Your Company’s Liquidity

Current ratio (CR) is a company’s liquidity ratio that measures a business’ liquidity or ability to pay short-term and long-term obligations....

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Understanding Debt Ratio Can Help Your Business Grow

Debt ratio is a solvency ratio that measures the extent of a company’s financial leverage. It shows a macro-level view of...

Optimise Accounts Receivable

Accounting Tips – How to Optimise Accounts Receivable?

In this articie, we will be exploring how best to optimise accounts receivable by first understand what it is and its...

current assets, accounts receivable finance,

How Important are Current Assets?

What are current assets? Current assets are balance sheet assets that can be readily converted into cash within one year or...

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What Does a Strong Balance Sheet Look Like?

What makes a healthy balance sheet? Balance sheet depicts a company’s financial health. It records all your business’ assets and debts;...

accounts receivable

What is Accounts Receivable and Debtor Aging?

Accounts Receivable put simply is the amount of cash that the company has a right to receive.  These are payments for...