In: Accounting 101

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Accounting Tips – What is Debt to Equity Ratio?
June 12, 2019

The debt to equity ratio, also known as risk or gearing ratio, is a solvency ratio that shows the relation between…

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Accounting Tips – Understanding Your Business Cash Flows
March 15, 2019

Cash flows are the net amount of cash and cash-equivalents that is being transferred into and out of a business. They…

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Analysing Your Company’s Liquidity
February 25, 2019

Current ratio (CR) is a company’s liquidity ratio that measures a business’ liquidity or ability to pay short-term and long-term obligations….

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Understanding Debt Ratio Can Help Your Business Grow
February 12, 2019

Debt ratio is a solvency ratio that measures the extent of a company’s financial leverage. It shows a macro-level view of…

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Accounting Tips – How to Optimise Accounts Receivable?
January 25, 2019

In this articie, we will be exploring how best to optimise accounts receivable by first understand what it is and its…

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How Important are Current Assets?
November 20, 2018

What are current assets? Current assets are balance sheet assets that can be readily converted into cash within one year or…

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What Does a Strong Balance Sheet Look Like?
November 14, 2018

What makes a healthy balance sheet? Balance sheet depicts a company’s financial health. It records all your business’ assets and debts;…

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What is Accounts Receivable and Debtor Aging?
March 7, 2016

Accounts Receivable put simply is the amount of cash that the company has a right to receive.  These are payments for…

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Managing your Accounts Receivable
April 28, 2015

Accounts Receivable arises when a customer receives goods or services without making a payment at the point of sale.  This exposes…

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