There are three core process flows within your company: your cash cycle, your manufacturing (or fulfillment) cycle, and some have a design cycle. What is the difference between these important cycles? And what are the 3 core process flows within your organization all about?
We all hope our co-workers and employees are honest, and they probably are. Yet, improper cash control, poor cash cycle procedures, and weak cash security can tempt people who are basically honest. Think about parking at the local mall. You always roll up your windows and lock your car to protect your possessions, especially if you made some purchases at an earlier stop. Most of the people who walk by your car at the mall are honest, yet you don’t want to tempt them by making it easy to take something that doesn’t belong to them. What are some internal controls for cash? Continue reading What Are Internal Controls for Cash Security?
The proper identification and acceptance of all sales are an important element of accounting internal control for a company’s income statement. It represents the primary source of most companies operational cash flow and therefore needs to be protected, managed and monitored using financial internal controls. The following Accounting Revenue Cycle Procedures should be utilized to account for and recognize all sales income of the company. What is the revenue cycle in accounting? Continue reading What is the Revenue Cycle in Accounting?
Many business owners grew up wanting to become entrepreneurs, not paper-pushers. They dreamed of creating world-changing products, taking financial risks for enormous profits, and making the cover of Forbes. What they didn’t dream about were problems with cash flow: chasing late payments, printing invoices, and moving money in and out of bank accounts. How can automation improve business cash flow? Continue reading How Can Automation Improve Business Cash Flow?
What Would You Do with $1,000,000?
With $1 Million saved in your business would you:
- Pay off debt?
- Purchase new equipment?
- Invest/save for the future?
- Give yourself a bonus?
- Buy a new car, boat or plane? Continue reading How to Find Capital Using Inventory Procedures
Cash is everything to a business and you certainly would not want to burn up your cash. Learning to Write Accounts Receivable Procedure will help you to control your cash flow; now, let’s look for $250,000 from accounts receivable procedures. Continue reading How to Write Accounts Receivable Procedures
The are four key cash flow control procedure areas. How cash flows through these areas makes up the Cash to Cash Cycle. Continue reading Do You Have Proper Cash Flow Control Procedures?