In this episode, we chat with Louise Delaney from CashFlowsForYou. Louise discovered a gap in the market place within her other business, this unknown space about their cash flow forecasting, and not knowing if the funds were going to be there next week for the expenses needing to go out. Having this first-hand consumer challenge helped Louise develop a simple and affordable system to help those in small business.

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Here is the episode breakdown:

Time  Topic

1.30  What is CashFlowsForYou

5.34  Where is the cash in the business

7.31  Making decisions without knowing your cash flow

8.37  What are other benefits of managing your cash flow

10.40  What maintenance is involved to keep your cash flow

11.25  Keep it simple, don’t over complicate it

12.15  Making you aware of your spends in the business

13.20  How do we use cash flow in our business

16.09  It’s not too late to get started

16.55  How the cash flow forecast can help you

17.30  Top tips for businesses to get their cash flow under control

19.44  Using the information from your cash flow projection

20.21  What’s your positive from COVID-19

26.15  Where can we find Louise

From today’s episode, you can find Louise:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/louise.delaney.733

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/louise-delaney/

Website: www.cashflowsforyou.com.au

How can you find us:

BizNation  https://biznation.com.au/

Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/microsmallbusinesssupportgroup/

Kerry @ Zinc Business Solutions  https://zincbusinesssolutions.com.au/

Information contained in this segment should be taken as general advice only and your personal circumstances have not been taken into account. It is recommended that you seek financial advice from a professional who is licensed to do so. If you choose to act upon the general advice shared in this segment you do so at your own risk.