When a business is profitable – that doesn’t mean that cash flow is fine.
Cash flow and profitability are two fundamentally different concepts: profitability is a simple comparison of revenue and expense; cash flow describes the sources and uses of cash, plus the movement of that cash over a period of time.
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David Worrell, Partner/CFO at Fuse, explains the cash flow cycle and helps answer the key question, “Where is all my money?”
Employees, suppliers and customers are adept at detecting duress. People get nervous. In lieu of cash, rumors flow. So besides the obvious problems of missing critical payments (like rent or payroll), the problems quickly compound both inside and outside the business.
Proper cash management will pay off not only in reducing your stress, but also in important operational metrics, like preferred pricing and terms, bigger discounts and improved profits.
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