Cash Flow Management
Cash is the primary asset individuals and companies use to pay their obligations on a regular basis. In business, companies have a multitude of cash inflows and outflows that must be prudently managed to meet payment obligations, plan for future payments, and maintain adequate business stability. For individuals, maintaining cash balances while also earning a return on idle cash are usually top concerns.
A company’s working capital is the result of its current assets minus current liabilities. Working capital balances are an important part of cash flow management because they show the amount of current assets a company has to cover its current liabilities. Companies strive to have current asset balances that exceed current liability balances. If current liabilities exceed current assets a company would likely need to access its reserve lines for payables.
In general working capital includes the following:
- Current assets: cash, accounts receivable within one year, inventory
- Current liabilities: all accounts payable due within one year, short-term debt payments due within one year
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Our professional services are designed to provide you with reliable, cost-effective solutions to your company’s payroll challenges. And our dedication to your company’s success means you can count on us for error-free paychecks and reports. We offer full-service payroll and quarterly filing of payroll taxes and state. Let us help you with these needs.