Companies that forecast based on cash flows can avoid fees and charges, decrease their need for external credit, and improve their overall cash position.
Here's a look at how some major expense items are expected to change in 2011.
From Excel to QuickBooks and beyond, we review some of the best budget applications.
Some tips on where to start when assembling your budget – and what you shouldn't overlook.
If your budget shows you'll have financing needs next year, you better start talking to your lender now. Here's what they'll be looking for.
With so many channels to promote your products and services, where to start? Here are some tips on how best to allocate your marketing dollars and efforts.
Businesses are expected to spend more on their IT departments next year. Here's how to decide where to put your money.
If your suppliers can't meet an increase in demand, neither can you. Here's how to make sure you're both ready for better times.
Having business insurance is vital, but how much coverage do you really need? This guide will help you decide and plan for the cost.
How you divvy up your resources can cause tension between departments. Here are tips to help you deal with potential issues that may arise in this year's process.
Here's how understanding gross margins can help you make smart business decisions when assembling your financial outlook.