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Cash Flow Q&A: Statistics in Small Business
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Blaine and Barb discuss some startling and worrying statistics that plague small businesses. The post Cash Flow Q&A: Statistics in Small Business appeared first on Dryrun.
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Cash Flow Q&A: Revenue vs. Profit
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Blaine and Barb discuss the roles revenue and profit play in disrupting your cash flow. The post Cash Flow Q&A: Revenue vs. Profit appeared first on Dryrun.
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Cash Flow Q&A: Bookkeeping vs. Forecasting
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Barb and Blaine discuss the how forecasting can be a natural extension to bookkeeping/reconciliation duties. The post Cash Flow Q&A: Bookkeeping vs. Forecasting appeared first on Dryrun.
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Cash Flow Q&A: App Fatigue Part 2
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Barb talks with Blaine about how accountants and bookkeepers can quickly evaluate apps to get on with the business of servicing their clients. The post Cash Flow Q&A: App Fatigue Part 2 appeared first on Dryrun.
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Cash Flow Q&A: Dryrun as a Money Maker vs. Money Saver
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Barb and Blaine discuss the difference between the two concepts. Users adopt Dryrun as a money saving endeavor, then power users and advisors turn it into money making opportunities. Money maker apps are tightly hooked to growth of a company. The post Cash Flow Q&A: Dryrun as a Money Maker v...
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Cash Flow Q&A: AI, Machine Learning and Forecasting
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Barb and Blaine discuss the impact that machine learning and artificial intelligence will likely have on bookkeeping and accounting practices, and what clients want when we ask them about high ROI services. The post Cash Flow Q&A: AI, Machine Learning and Forecasting appeared first on Dryrun.
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Cash Flow Q&A: App Fatigue 1
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Barb and Blaine discuss how ‘too much choice’ on the apps market can bog down your workflow. Is having a huge selection of great subscription apps for accountants and bookkeepers a good thing…or not? Only if you’re in a growth mindset with a firm idea of what you want to a...
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Cash Flow Q&A: App Fatigue 1
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Barb and Blaine discuss how ‘too much choice’ on the apps market can bog down your workflow. Is having a huge selection of great subscription apps for accountants and bookkeepers a good thing…or not? Only if you’re in a growth mindset with a firm idea of what you want to a...
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CFSC: Does Your Business Get Paid On Time?
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Cash flow forecasts try to predict when (and sometimes how) bills and invoices get paid. To stay cash flow positive, it’s important that businesses, their accountants and bookkeepers to negotiate a series of workable, sometimes individual, terms for payment. Shutting off payment is much lik...
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CFSC: A Tight Budget Protects Your Business
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Budgets are the unsung hero of the cash flow forecasts. With a good one, your expenses stay in line, and everyone knows how much money they need to make in order to keep the business viable. But upward creep happens. What should business owners do? Bookkeepers and accountants have long been advoc...
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