CashFlow Management

CashFlow can be considered the barometer of the financial health of any organization.  An effective cash flow policy includes ongoing financial management.  In a perfect world, your monthly revenues cover your monthly expenses and leave a surplus, i.e. a profit that increases cash reserves.  But the perfect world is a theoretical place.


The below list represents individual blog posts that fall under the category of CashFlow Management.  Simply left-click  the underlined heading to link to the posting.

For a Business – Cash Flow is King

The New Cash Management Approach – Pay Slower

Bad Debt Strategies

Periodic Self-Assessment to Free-up Capital to Grow

Expense Control through Vendor Management

A business should only allocate its valuable cash resource to products and programs that offer the greatest returns in the shortest amount of time.

The Three Financial Metrics Every Business Should Track


Author: Regis Quirin
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Regis Quirin is a financial executive with 23 years of corporate experience, i.e. New York Stock Exchange, JP Morgan Chase, and GMAC ResCap; and 15 years working with small and medium-sized entities, i.e. joint ventures, start-up entities, established businesses. In 2014, Regis published "Redesign to Turnaround Underperforming Small and Medium-Sized Businesses" available via Amazon.

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