Whether you have a service business, distribution business or manufacturing business, your problem remains the same. It’s all about cash flow.
We all know that cash flow is the lifeblood of any business. When cash flow is good, it could feel like your business is doing great. On the other hand, when cash flow is bad, it could feel like your business is falling apart. Cash flow is bad when you have more outgo than inflow. So how do you manage the challenge of daily cash flow?
As a business owner, you know how important it is to use money and credit efficiently so that you can avoid cash flow problems and more importantly, avoid having to make hard choices.
Do you realize that over 74% of businesses either have chronic or cyclical cash flow problems? And this all comes from using cash flow to your detriment. This forces them to either reduce their overhead or increase revenue, increase sales in order to address the cash flow problem. In essence, it puts them in a situation where they have to choose between their business or their family. No business owner should have to make that choice.
Most business owners don’t realize that they have a choice to increase cash flow without increasing revenue and without having to reduce overhead. This is exactly why we’ve developed a process that focuses on how you’re using your money and how to make that cash flow more efficient so that you don’t have to choose between your family and your business. There are no hard choices.
A lot of times when people think about finances, they focus on the product or where their money is parked. But it’s not what you buy that really matters. It’s how you pay for it and how you’re using your cash flow.You see, what you buy is the equivalent of a golf club, but how you pay for it is the equivalent of the golf swing. And we think that you can improve your finances by focusing on how you’re using your money, just as you can improve your golf game by focusing more on how you swing the club and less on the actual club.
Our process focuses on the five major areas of wealth transfer that we all experience to help make your money more efficient. Those five areas include taxes, mortgages, how you’re funding your retirement, how you’re paying for your children’s college education, and how you’re making major capital purchases.
By focusing on these five areas, we’re able to show our clients how to regain control of their money so that they’re giving away less and less of their cash flow. And they’re able to save more and more to accomplish their financial goals. Focusing on these five areas translates into more cash flow for your business, which can be utilized to get you through times when revenue isn’t coming in as quickly as possible or times when overhead is a little higher than usual.
If you’re a business owner and looking to regain control of your finances and your cash flow so you’re able to achieve more of your financial goals, be sure to visit our website at Tier1Capital.com. Feel free to schedule your free strategy session today or if you’d like to learn more about how our process works for our clients, check out our webinar, The Four Steps to Financial Freedom.
And remember, it’s not how much money you make. It’s how much money you keep that really matters.