Cash Flow for Small Business


Please find some links and notes from the 2 Regular Guys Podcast. Dave Harding deals with decorators every day and talks with them about cash flow to fund their businesses. Dave’s area of expertise is in funding equipment but our conversation will venture further into the money side of your business. Tune in to learn some great tips for managing your cash flow and making your business resistant to the ebbs and flows of a typical small business. Learn the tips for getting money cheap and when it’s right to finance and when it is right to use cash.

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Cash Flow for Small Business

Dave Harding
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Terry: Welcome back to the show, Dave. It’s been a while. Tell us a little about your background.

Aaron: We’ve all heard that Cash Is King – what does this mean for small business?

Terry: When should or shouldn’t a company use cash to purchase equipment. or what is the most “secure” method?

Aaron: How should a company view its cash reserves and what should that money be used for? 

Terry: What should a new business consider when starting out in regards to using cash to purchase equipment. 

Aaron: If a customer has poor credit and money is expensive should they just wait and save up the cash.

Terry: At the end of every year we all hear a lot about Section 179. What is it exactly and how can it help with cash flow? 

Aaron: When financing equipment how should a company view ROI?

Terry: What are some helpful tips for customers that may have the cash or may not when financing equipment? 

Aaron: Do you have a final thought or what is one piece of advice?

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