Cash flow is the most crucial element for any business. Of small businesses that fail, up to 90 percent of those failures are caused by a lack of cashflow.
The most important success factor for any small business is the ongoing availability of cash. In this article, chartered accountant and tax agent Joe Kaleb explains how you can use forecasts, invoicing and other practical tactics to improve cash flow.
For the first-time business owner, your ability to control costs is a critical success factor. But have you factored in these often-overlooked costs of running a business?
Working with little-to-no cash while trying to launch a new business is called bootstrapping – and it’s no easy task. Here are some guidelines around how to bootstrap your early stage venture effectively.
As the period for setting farm budgets comes to a close, you’ll want to make certain your agribusiness clients have the best plans in place for their needs, writes Paul Buchanan.
Reports vary on how many Kiwi agribusinesses have a budget, but the common thread among the various surveys and reports is “not enough”.
Economic headwinds got you looking to the horizon? In this article, Jamie Davison of Carbon Group suggests ways you can shore up your business for any eventuality.
The big winners from the Labour-led coalition Government’s first budget are innovative businesses, with $1 billion more being made available for incentivising R&D.