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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Balance Sheet And Cash Flow Statement

    A balance sheet is a snapshot of your personal finances at one point in time. It contains two main elements: what you own (assets), and what you owe (liabilities). Your net worth is expressed as: Net Worth = Assets - Liabilities. That is, what you own minus what you owe....

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Financial Statements - What You Should Know

    The two main financial statements within any company are the balance sheet and the Profit and Loss statements. The balance sheet provides anyone with a snapshot of the assets and liabilities within a company at any one point in time. This essentially means that the balance sheet shows what the...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Interpret And Profit From Financial Statements

    Gaining a basic knowledge of financial statements, and applying this knowledge when choosing or assessing investments can help you pick tomorrow's winning stocks, while avoiding tomorrow's losers. Of course, financial statement analysis will not always factor in significant news events, unexpected incidents, changes in management, and other factors which may...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Factoring Account Receivables

    Factoring account receivables is an important service from which many companies would benefit, for reasons of freeing up cash flow and having more operating capital. In today's business world, accounts receivables can often have the effect of holding up a company's much needed cash, which would otherwise be used to...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Account Receivable Factoring

    Account receivable factoring is something that all businesses must take into account when creating their financial income statements at the end of a fiscal term, whether it's in quarters or years. Regardless of how a company defines its terms, accounts receivables can be some of the most important aspects of...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Factoring

    There are many ways to keep the cash flowing when handling your business and dealing with the business world. One of the methods utilized to maintain cash flow, a method that is growing quickly in popularity, is that of factoring. Factoring is the practice of selling your accounts receivable at...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Factoring Benefits

    Invoice factoring, (also called accounts receivable finance, or accounts receivable factoring) is a form of commercial finance whereby a business sells its accounts receivable (in the form of invoices) at a discount. Factoring is considered off balance sheet financing in that it is not a form of debt or a...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Factoring Considerations

    Factoring to sustain a non-profitable business without some hope of profitability in the future is a sure way to drive yourself into bankruptcy. Instead, you should let your business die a dignified death. Factoring so that you can remove cash from your business is a bad idea, akin to taking...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Balance Sheet And Cash Flow Statement

    A balance sheet is a snapshot of your personal finances at one point in time. It contains two main elements: what you own (assets), and what you owe (liabilities). Your net worth is expressed as: Net Worth = Assets - Liabilities. That is, what you own minus what you owe....

    Provided By DirectoryM

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Financial Statements - What You Should Know

    The two main financial statements within any company are the balance sheet and the Profit and Loss statements. The balance sheet provides anyone with a snapshot of the assets and liabilities within a company at any one point in time. This essentially means that the balance sheet shows what the...

    Provided By DirectoryM

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Interpret And Profit From Financial Statements

    Gaining a basic knowledge of financial statements, and applying this knowledge when choosing or assessing investments can help you pick tomorrow's winning stocks, while avoiding tomorrow's losers. Of course, financial statement analysis will not always factor in significant news events, unexpected incidents, changes in management, and other factors which may...

    Provided By DirectoryM

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Factoring Account Receivables

    Factoring account receivables is an important service from which many companies would benefit, for reasons of freeing up cash flow and having more operating capital. In today's business world, accounts receivables can often have the effect of holding up a company's much needed cash, which would otherwise be used to...

    Provided By DirectoryM

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Account Receivable Factoring

    Account receivable factoring is something that all businesses must take into account when creating their financial income statements at the end of a fiscal term, whether it's in quarters or years. Regardless of how a company defines its terms, accounts receivables can be some of the most important aspects of...

    Provided By DirectoryM

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Factoring

    There are many ways to keep the cash flowing when handling your business and dealing with the business world. One of the methods utilized to maintain cash flow, a method that is growing quickly in popularity, is that of factoring. Factoring is the practice of selling your accounts receivable at...

    Provided By DirectoryM

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Factoring Benefits

    Invoice factoring, (also called accounts receivable finance, or accounts receivable factoring) is a form of commercial finance whereby a business sells its accounts receivable (in the form of invoices) at a discount. Factoring is considered off balance sheet financing in that it is not a form of debt or a...

    Provided By DirectoryM

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Factoring Considerations

    Factoring to sustain a non-profitable business without some hope of profitability in the future is a sure way to drive yourself into bankruptcy. Instead, you should let your business die a dignified death. Factoring so that you can remove cash from your business is a bad idea, akin to taking...

    Provided By DirectoryM