Financial Management Series: Part II - Analyzing & Managing Your Cash Flow
In this second class of the financial management series, we'll take a close look at where cash comes from in a small business, where it's used in day-to-day operations and how to identify and correct cash flow problems. You'll be able to identify key information on cash flow statements and be able to follow the path of cash as it travels through your company. You'll identify cash flow strategies to use in your organization. You'll become familiar with the sources and use of cash, ratios and the most common "gobblers" of cash in any business. This isn't theory - its practical application for real businesses - like yours!
- Description of the cash flow statement
- Three types of cash flows
- Creating a cash flow statement
- Sources and use of cash
- Identifying problems with cash flow
- Interpreting and controlling cash flow
- Understanding the differences between profit and cash
- Tips for improving cash flow
Date: Thursday, April 18, 2019
Time: 1 to 4 p.m.
Cost per individual workshop for series: $110 General, $90 for OzSBI Members
Cost for workshop series: $300 General, $280 for OzSBI Members
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The deadline to register for this session is Tuesday, April 16th, at 2 p.m.
Faciltated by: Mick Gilliam
Mick Gilliam is a retired Business Development Specialist with the University of Missouri Extension Service. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Missouri University of Science and Technology, and a Master of Business Administration Degree from Missouri State University.
During his time as a Business Development Specialist, he received certification as a QuickBooks Pro Advisor. He has taught Introductory and Intermediate QuickBooks classes throughout Missouri since 2001, as well as classes in the use of QuickBooks Online.
He owns and operates a beef cow-calf operation in Howell County, as well as serving as the bookkeeper for a state-wide not-for-profit corporation with $4 million in assets under management. In addition, he has served since 2010 as a member of the Board of Directors of a Fortune 1000 company.