Financial Analysis

Businesses are constantly seeking to increase their net profits.

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Most businesses fail because they did not have enough start-up money to keep the business operational until it started turning a profit. This is often coupled with the wrong pricing strategy, resulting in a negative profit margin.

  • How much money will it take to run my small & mid-size business?
  • Is my product/service priced right?
  • Am I buying my supplies at a price point that will allow for maximum profit?

Questions the Burdham Group answers

Most Common Financial Solutions

 Financial Statements Development

It is imperative that a business has a financial fitness report.


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Profitability Analysis

For profit businesses’ sole purpose for operating is to make a maximum profit and return it to shareholders.


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More Financial Solutions

Short-Term Solvency

Current cash inflow has to be equal to or more than current cash outflow for a business to sustain its operations.


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Long-Term Solvency

Business expansion and growth are funded by business loans or private investors and at times a combination of the two sources.


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