Cash Flow Forecasting 101

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Sales can’t really be counted as cash until the payments are received – so let’s talk about Cash Flow Forecasting.   I recently attended a meeting of the Treasury Management Association of New England (TMANE.org) a professional networking and education forum for treasury professionals. If you’re a small to mid-sized [...]

Three Money Savings Ideas for your Harvest

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At the beginning of every harvest season, my husband and I ask the same question:What the heck were we thinking when planting our garden? It’s just the two of us and we have too much food! Our main problem is figuring out what to do with our excess bounty. Here [...]

7 Common Financial Mistakes & How to Avoid Them

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Managing your finances is easier than you think. With a plan in place and some determination, you can achieve your financial goals. However, there are some everyday life distractions that can derail you. Here are seven common financial mistakes and how to avoid them:   1. Not Having a Budget [...]

Back to School – Maximize Style, Minimize Splurge

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It’s that time of year again.  A time of new beginnings, lots of homework, and waking up before dawn. But let’s not forget back-to-school budgeting. Economic forecasters predict that each student will end up spending somewhere around $600 on back to school items, which is mostly new clothing. I remember [...]

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