Self-Study Course Details
One of the greatest sources of stress for small business owners is managing cash flow. 69% of business owners have been kept up at night by concerns about cash flow. More than half of U.S. businesses have lost $10,000 or more by foregoing a project or sales specifically due to issues created by insufficient cash flow
In this course, Robert Stephens, CPA will show you how to help clients assess current and future cash flows. You will learn techniques to increase cash flow and reduce dips in cash flow. The course will walk through critical sources of cash for businesses, along with the pros and cons of the major sources.
Rob will explain how to prepare a cash flow projection and discover a company’s sustainable growth rate and how to increase it. The course will show you how leverage can increase growth, profit, and cash and how to manage the risks associated with leverage.
Note: This course is also available in a video-based format.
- Explore ways to assess current and projected cash flows.
- Discover methods to increase cash flow and reduce dips in cash flow.
- Identify sources of cash for businesses.
Rob Stephens is the Founder of CFO Perspective, where he provides courses and tools for superior business performance. He has been quoted in Forbes, U.S. News and World Report, Business Insider, Business News Daily, and many other news sources. Rob has a 25-year career that includes serving as CFO for two banks and a health clinic system. He was also Director of Operations at a $4 Billion bank and SVP of Finance of a $2 Billion credit union. Rob is an adjunct instructor for the MBA program at Gonzaga University.
Rob holds a Masters of Science in Personal Financial Planning and a Graduate Certificate in Financial Therapy from Kansas State University. He received a B.A. in Business Administration from the University of Washington and is a CPA.
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