by Peter's channel
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Tags: simple logic, apple pie, business world
The down to the economy a few years back hit everyone really hard. The main thing that people simply depressed. Many people lost their jobs and source of income when this happened and when this happens it easy for people to lose their soft work is become a quest(?). Those who do not lose their jobs are asking to make up to take up responsibility and task of those that were fired in addition to pay cost(?). The area to fired or or you're doing more work for less money. With all these pressures on people it's easy to see how is the pressure in overlap in to the life(?) of the church. The church bath(?) is not use any hardship it is less money out there in general and even less money coming in is often. We simply cannot pay the staff when we had in paying them. You can't make an apple pie without an apple and you can't pay someone without a money. It's simple logic however unlike the business world that.
by Kathleen's phlog
Tags: science studies, paying attention
Hi everybody. Hope you're having a good weekend. Yesterday I can't believe that I didn't realize it was 12:30. In the future you guys can let me know. I can't believe I did that. You know I I got so involved. I guess I just wasn't paying attention. I kept thinking it was gonna be a short class too this wacky thing other than my other stuff that I do but anyways I have added the science studies link and I think I had said I'd put another link up and I can't remember what it was. So if you have you remember the link can you.
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Tags: office purpose, reserve your spot, word book
Good evening parents, this is Mr Rick Wood here evening on look update. Tonight teams are to choose 5 words from the word book(?) and create an illustration of the definition of the 5 words as their choice. They are also to complete a rework sheet dealing with the atmosphere and the Corey Alice effect which is saying today and finally for writing each group was given a different assignment. They needed to write a summary or to write 4 different paragraph demonstration office purpose which we stated today. Thank you and one last reminder that tomorrow excuse Friday is the deadline for the 100 dollars for the first payment for Virginia. That first hundred reserve your spot on the truck. Thank you. Have a good night.
by A Conversation with The Six Minute Strategist
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Tags: cash flow, six minute strategist, jbdcolley
I have been doing some advisory work for a client and the subject got on to the importance of cash flow. This is such a critical topic for small businesses that I thought it was worth publishing a Six Minute Strategist post about it What is Cash flow? Profits measure the performance of a business over a period of time but in order to show a true picture, accounting rules and conventions use accrual accounting to smooth out timing differences. The result is normally that profits measured at any point in time rarely equal cash. Cash flow is therefore the actual cash generated by a business on a day to day basis. How do you calculate Cash Flow? Lets concentrate for the moment on Cash Flow from Operations. (We can get on to Financing and Investment Cash Flows in due course). Operational Cash Flow is the cash generated by the business. The first part is the positive side of the equation – the cash generated from customers. Essentially this is sales. However, the recording of a sale and the receipt of the cash for that sale can be weeks or months apart. The debtors or receivables account records the sale until it is paid off by the client settling his invoice. In cash flow terms, this is a USE of cash – i.e. your cash is tied up until the customer sends you the money. When measuring cash flow, it is important to look at the increase in the asset side of the working capital account and make sure that this is fundable. On the other side of the account, the creditors or payables side, you record the accounts to whom you owe money. This can include payments to your suppliers, tax and social security, heating, rents and rates. If this account increases – i.e. you do not pay your suppliers, they are funding your business and it is a SOURCE of cash. These movements in working capital are the key measures against which you can calculate the actual cash generated by your business, week to week and month to month. Another area to watch carefully is the Non-Cash Adjustments to your profit figure – predominantly depreciation and amortisation. These are long term adjustments to balance sheet assets reflecting the gradual use of these assets over time. They do not involve any cash going out of the business. That happened when you acquired the asset. Operating cash flow is therefore adjusted for any not cash elements before calculating the changes in working capital. Investment Cash Flows are the capital and operational expenditures into your business. These items are reflected in the balance sheet and not the profit and loss account unless your accounting policies specifically enable you to write these off as incurred. Be mindful of the tax implications too (beyond the scope of this post and my expertise too!) Financing Cash Flows are monies received by the business to further enable it to fund itself. These can be in the form of wide variety of financial instruments; debt, equity, convertibles etc. The negative side of these entries are the repayments made by the company to these investors and funders and include dividends. How can you measure Liquidity? If cash flow is the life blood of a business, liquidity is a measure of its fitness – its ability to respond to adverse events. There are three ratios which we can look at – the Current Ratio, the Quick Ratio and the Operating Cash Flow Ratio. These are simple to use and you can use them in your business by simply opening your report and accounts. The Current Ratio is a measure of the relationship between current assets and liabilities. In short, do you have enough assets (people owing you money) to repay your liabilities (people to whom you owe money). The slight catch here is that if you had to try to liquidate your receivables quickly would you be able to get full value for them. The Quick Ratio deducts inventories and prepayments from current assets and then divides the remainder by current liabilities. This recognises that some of these assets are not readily fungible (not easy to turn into cash at short notice). The Operating Cash Flow ratio divides the operating cash flow from the business by the current liabilities and recognises the ability of the business to settle its creditors and other monies owing from operational cash flow and does not involve the sale of any current assets. Why is this important? One of the greatest risks faced by growing companies is something called “Over Trading”. This happens when the company grows too fast. The debtors/current assets of the business expand too fast and the company is unable to fund the timing gap between selling a product or service and recovering the cash for this from its clients. At times like this, companies may need financial investment or loans from their banks and if this has not been anticipated in advance it can lead to substantial dilution for equity holders or in the worst case, the failure of the business in its entirety.
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by Finance IQ
Tags: australian retailers association, lauren kelly, mobile payments
Yo it's Lauren Kelly here from Finance IQ. Welcome to the pod cast for Payments Australia Innovation in Cad online and mobile payments and joining us today for the planning(?) to do is Russell Cinnamon executive director for the Australian Retailers Association. Welcome Russell. Good morning, how are you? Good, thank you. Thank you for joining us today. Thank you. So I guess I wanted to just start off by asking would you be able to maybe tell us just a little about your experience in the industry and also maybe a little about your role at the Australian Retailers Association. Look I've had 30 years experience in running my own retail business before I joined the ARA and before that I also was working for a group called Australian Merchant Payments forum which were in specific looking at payment systems and the cost of payment systems particularly car payment systems and how they will be innovated in the future. Great. So what
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