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Cash Management

Cash Management
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ISBN: 978-87-403-0827-3
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Pages : 46
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About the book

  1. Reviews
  2. Description
  3. Content
  4. About the Author

Reviews

Mag Wils ★★★★★

It is such an enlightenment for the financially illiterate. This Book is as rewarding as monetary profit.

Vincentte Kofi-Ackam ★★★★★

Having gone through the book, I noted it is practical, gives novices a sound and solid footing in accounting, the language is simply and straight forward and above all it comes with review questions to help reinforce the learner's experience. I strongly recommend the book to everybody.

Description

CASH IS KING. It is the lifeblood of any business. Without cash a business will not exist. Without cash, a business can be forced into bankruptcy where the creditors can gain control of the company's assets, if not the company itself. Cash is the lubricant which keeps businesses running smoothly. Poor cash management is the cause of a significant number of corporate bankruptcies. Companies and individuals outspend their cash requirements and suddenly are no longer able to meet the cash requirements of their business. Cash Management is a group of policies and techniques to assure a business has the funds to continue to operate and be prepared for whatever the future may bring.

This book will look at how cash flows through a business, the uses of cash and how to assure cash is available when needed. Cash management includes: Accounts Payable, Account Receivable, Budgeting and more.

Content

  1. The Basics
    1. – Questions and Exercises
  2. Creating a Budget
    1. – Questions and Exercises
  3. Monthly Reconciliations
    1. – Questions and Exercises
  4. Accounts Receivable
    1. – Questions and Exercises
  5. Cash Handling
    1. – Questions and Exercises
  6. Accounts Payable
    1. – Questions and Exercises
  7. Other Sources of Cash
    1. – Questions and Exercises
  8. Assets and Inventory
    1. – Questions and Exercises
  9. Cash Flow Statement
    1. – Questions and Exercises
  10. Profit Management
    1. – Questions and Exercises
  11. Fraud
  12. Concluding Remarks

About the Author

Howard Kier is a Solutions and Implementations Manager at Hardesty Hackett & Partners. He started his career at IBM after earning a B.S Computer Engineering and M.S Computer Engineering from Syracuse University. While working at IBM, Howard earned his M.B.A from Southern Methodist University where he was inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma, the National Honor Society for Business students. After earning his M.B.A, Howard worked at Electronic Data Systems (now HP Solutions), as a consultant.

Tiring of the corporate culture, Howard left EDS, to start his own company. After twelve successful years, he found himself spending more time counseling other business owners rather than on his own business. At that time, Howard redirected his company to provide consulting services. He spent a year as a consultant at Legacy Analytics and left when offered his current position.

Howard is the author of numerous LinkedIn articles on a variety of business subjects. This is his first book.

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