Managing Cash Flow - SBA Money Smart Series

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Join the SBA Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota District Offices for the Money Smart Business Management Series.

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The Managing Cash Flow module encourages the participants to focus on cash flow management as an essential competency of business ownership.

After completing this training, the participants will be able to:

• Describe the purpose of cash flow management in a start-up small business.

• Assess a cash flow cycle and make some cash flow projections.

• Describe how a cash flow statement can help assess and improve the financial health of a start-up.

• Identify some ways to manage cash flow in terms of managing costs and potential income.

• Identify ways to seek out expert technical assistance to improve cash flow management.

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Money Smart introduces core skills for successful small business management.

The 13-Part Money Smart Series includes the following sessions:

  1. Is Owning a Business a Good Fit for You?
  2. Planning for a Healthy Business
  3. Banking Services
  4. Organizational Types
  5. Time Management
  6. Financial Management
  7. Recordkeeping
  8. Strong Business Credit
  9. Risk Management
  10. Insurance
  11. Tax Planning and Reporting – understanding taxes and your business
  12. Selling Your Business and Succession Planning business
  13. Managing Cash Flow

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