Smart Financial Management: The Essential Reference For The Successful Small Business by William W. SihlerSmart Financial Management: The Essential Reference For The Successful Small Business by William W. Sihler

Smart Financial Management: The Essential Reference For The Successful Small Business

byWilliam W. Sihler

Paperback | October 12, 2004

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Long on practical guidance while refreshingly short on math, Smart Financial Management helps owners and managers of small businesses solve everyday financial dilemmas and avoid potential problems. Readers will learn valuable and practical financial analysis techniques, as well as how to project future financial needs and identify possible sources of funding; manage receivables, inventory and equipment investments; and how to structure and develop the business soundly and legally. In addition, they'll: * Gain an understanding of the financial challenges unique to a growing enterprise -- and how to meet them * Improve communications with financial and legal advisors * Learn to identify new sources of equity and nonequity capital With a field-focused methodology and user-friendly tools, Smart Financial Management will help any small business manage its requirements more effectively.
Richard D. Crawford is a lecturer. Henry A. Davis is a consultant specializing in corporate finance and banking.
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Title:Smart Financial Management: The Essential Reference For The Successful Small BusinessFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 7.17 × 4.71 × 1.04 inPublished:October 12, 2004Publisher:AmacomLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0814407897

ISBN - 13:9780814407899

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"Long on practical guidance while refreshingly short on math," Smart Financial Management" helps owners and managers of small businesses solve everyday financial dilemmas and avoid potential problems."

-BetterManagement.com