As Small-Business owners, we sometimes unknowingly do things that can hurt our business. A recent article at openforum.com talks about 6 such ways in which business-owners might be sabotaging their own businesses. We’d like to encourage all Entrepreneurs to work towards avoiding all 6 of these costly mistakes. But, there’s one in particular, that we feel can help you with.
Losing focus on Cash-Flow. It’s critical to keep track of the money flowing in and out of your business. At any point of time, you as a business-owner, should have a clear picture of your business investments and spending, in order to be able to take immediate steps if and when the cash-flow slows down. And of course, what better way to achieve this than with
Zoho Books‘ integrated
Cash-Flow Management feature that helps you constantly monitor and measure your cash-flow and stay on top of your business. The cash-flow statement helps you keep your business financially healthy by measuring the impact of accounting activities from three major activities that drive your business – operating, investing and financing.
Besides the cash-flow statement, Zoho Books also lets you generate
other important reports that can help you make insightful decisions about your business.
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