Learn about how to create and analyze your balance sheet, which is a snapshot of your business at a certain point in time.
Use this worksheet to plan your cash flow.
This ratio measures the ability of the business to pay off all short-term debts and borrowings using the value of current assets (stocks or inventories, cash, and short term loans).
This ratio measures the extent to which the assets of the business are funded by loans and other borrowings including trade creditors.
This ratio measures the extent to which the owners' equity (including retained earnings) is available to fund the debts of the business.
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Use these ratios to help you analyze your business.
This ratio is used mainly for manufacturing businesses or those that purchase and further develop materials for sale. It measures the value added to purchased materials through the manufacturing or development process.
Learn how to create and analyze an income statement in order to help you plan the future of your business.
Use this income statement template to help you compute your net income.
This calculator doesn't measure performance, but rather shows what the monthly repayments would be for a loan of a given amount over a given period at a given rate of interest. This will be very helpful when considering borrowing from a lender.
This is similar to the gross profit margin, except it measures the extent to which the total sales figure is converted into profit after the normal costs of running the business have been met.
This is a very similar ratio to the current ratio. The difference is that stocks or inventories are deducted from the current assets figure.
This is a measure of the return that owners of the business make on their investment. In an owner owned business, it represents the rate at which profit is being generated for every currency unit invested (including retained capital).
This measures how much profit is generated from using the assets of the business. One of the true skills of managing a business is to get the best use out of assets and to maximise the profit from each asset employed.
Need to write a collection letter to collect a delinquent account? Review these three sample collection letters, each designed with a different purpose.
Learn how to create a cash flow statement and what to do if your business falls short of cash.
This article provides a useful guide on how to deal with common, and not so common, occurrences that could threaten your business.
Meet entrepreneurs who are at crossroads of their business life. See what worked or didn’t work for them, as you prepare your own business for important steps.