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Are You In Control of Your Business's Cash Flow?

Published 8 months ago • 1 min read

Cash flow is such an important part of any business, and yet many business owners have no idea where all their money is going, or whether there's enough for all short-term and long-term expenses.

As a bookkeeper, I know how vital it is to have a clear view of your cash flow and to be purposeful with every dollar. We know it's important in our personal budgets, but it's just as important for your business as well.

Next Monday I'm hosting a live Facebook event called “Are You In Control of Your Business's Cash Flow?”

If you'd like to feel more in control of where your business's money is going and how to give it direction, join me for this live event. I'll be happy to take your questions as well, live.

Just click below to go to the event. Click “Going” to mark your interest and receive reminders about the event. Also feel free to invite others who might be interested.

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