Why Contribution Margin is an Important KPI What is a KPI? Key Performance Indicators, or KPI’s as they are known in the business world, are critical to a business’s success. Key Performance Indicators are a critical indicator of progress toward an end result or goal in business. These KPI’s illustrate a business’s strengths and areas...
Inventory Mistakes That Can Cost Your Business As a business owner, inventory is one most important aspects of your company. Without enough stock, you could have unhappy customers and lose business. If you have too much, you could lose money in storing your excess capital. If there is one area that causes companies to succeed...
Accounting Indicators to Be Aware of When Scaling Your Business Accounting Indicators to Be Aware of When Scaling Your Business Owning a business is no simple job. It requires many resources as your business grows but also requires a great amount of research and knowledge as you scale your business. Knowing what to look for...
What’s the Difference Between Forecasting and Budgeting? No matter what type of business you’re running, budgeting and forecasting should be terms you know just as well as accounting. Both are crucial for the success of any business. While they both deal with your business financials, they are different in how you use them as a...
One of the top killers of small businesses is anemic cash flow. If many or most of your sales are on credit, your P&L might look great, but if you aren’t collecting what you’re owed, you can soon find yourself unable to meet large critical disbursements like payroll, taxes, or supplier payments.
If you’re looking up the career ladder and considering future options, it’s good to have a detailed idea of manager-level and C-level jobs. What is the Chief Operating Officer’s primary function? What are the Marketing Managers’ top responsibilities? What does a Chief Financial Officer, or CFO, do all day?
Running a restaurant is a big deal. From menu planning to customer service to ensuring your employees are well paid and happy, living life in the restauranteur lane can be stressful. Add accounting and monthly sales figures into the mix, and you’ve got a recipe for a meltdown.
Small business owners—especially those just starting out—have a habit of ignoring detailed accounting, in many cases running the finances of the business in much the same way that they manage their personal checkbook.
Contrary to what you might think, going into business can be a relatively simple process. Yes, you may have to comply with local or state licensing or registration requirements, but “your business” can be as simple as going out and doing well.
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