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Advisory Prevents Job Insecurity: Requires Stereotypically Feminine Traits for Success
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Happy International Women’s Day – Barb discusses how technology empowers women (traditionally more vulnerable in terms of job insecurity and income disparity) to leverage their stereotypically feminine traits for success. The post Advisory Prevents Job Insecurity: Requires Stereotypic...
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Forecast Frequency: How Often Should You Review Your Cash Flow, Revenue and Growth Projections?
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Blaine Bertsch with Dryrun, discusses the frequency in which a business needs to forecast their finances and how important it is to have a pro at the helm. The post Forecast Frequency: How Often Should You Review Your Cash Flow, Revenue and Growth Projections? appeared first on Dryrun.
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Delivering True Value to Your Business Clients in Your Role is Advisor
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Blaine Bertsch with Dryrun, discusses the tendency of accounting pros and even some CFOs to miss out on one of the greatest opportunities in advisory. The post Delivering True Value to Your Business Clients in Your Role is Advisor appeared first on Dryrun.
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Cash Flow Management is not an optional service offering
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The overwhelming anecdotal and quantitative evidence is clear: cash flow forecasting and management is a highly useful offering to the majority of your clients, just as is compliance work. Why then, do we allow clients to dictate whether they ‘need’ cash flow management when there is ...
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Your Taxes Impact Your Cash Forecasting and Your Mental Health
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Use your accountant to help you estimate your business taxes, then break your remittance down into monthly -or weekly- sums. Here’s why: The post Your Taxes Impact Your Cash Forecasting and Your Mental Health appeared first on Dryrun.
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Cash Flow Management is not Magic
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Barb discusses a recent news article that leverages cash flow illiteracy and fear of big numbers to make a somewhat paranoid point. Spoiler: assertive cash flow management is not magic at any level of revenue. The post Cash Flow Management is not Magic appeared first on Dryrun.
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Video: Why Having a Lean Operations Budget on Hand is Important for Your Business
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Blaine and Barb discuss building and maintaining a lean budget plan to help you deal with a sudden cash crunch. The post Video: Why Having a Lean Operations Budget on Hand is Important for Your Business appeared first on Dryrun.
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Video: Integrating Apps with your Cloud Accounting System
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How integrating tools with your cloud accounting system is a no-brainer for businesses. The post Video: Integrating Apps with your Cloud Accounting System appeared first on Dryrun.
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Explainer: Statement of Cash Flows vs Forecasting
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Barb compares forecasting with cartoon flipbooks to “illustrate” the importance of a forward-looking, dynamic picture of cash in/out, rather than static cash information. The post Explainer: Statement of Cash Flows vs Forecasting appeared first on Dryrun.
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Forecasting Restaurant Cash Flow
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The post Forecasting Restaurant Cash Flow appeared first on Dryrun.
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