Accounting for the Numberphobic: A Survival Guide for Small Business Owners (Paperback)Dawn Fotopulos (author)
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As a small-business owner, financial statements are your most important tools - and if you don't know how to read them and understand their implications, you cannotpossibly steer your business successfully. Accounting for the Numberphobic demystifies your company's financial dashboard: the Net Income Statement, Cash Flow Statement, and Balance Sheet. The book explains in plain English how each measurement reflects the overall health of your business - and impacts your decisions. You willdiscover:How your Net Income Statement is the key to growing your profitsHow to identify the break-even point that means your business is self-sustainingReal-world advice on measuring and increasing cash flowWhat the Balance Sheet reveals about your company's worth
Illustrated with case studies and packed with practical action steps, this indispensable guide will put your business on the path to profitability in no time.
Number of pages: 272
Weight: 1 g
Dimensions: 90 x 61 x 8 mm
.."..highly recommend the book to any small business owner, and it's a great resource for any accountant who's trying to explain accounting and financial statements to a non-accountant." --Strategic Finance
"My copy is battered and torn, marked with post-its and scribbles....This should be a must read for every single business owner." --Stephanie Burns/Chic CEO for Forbes
Small Biz Trends Small Business Book Awards Economics 2015
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