Short-Term Solvency

A business’s cash flow and liquidity has to be more than the business’s outstanding debt.

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Cash Flows

Current cash flow and liquidity must be more than the current total business debt to be paid in full in 30 days or less.  Absence of this balance may result in the business being cash strapped and at risk of going out of business.

  • Does my business have enough cash resources and liquidity to pay current financial obligations/bills to remain in business?
  • Am I collecting money owed to my business quickly enough to pay current business debt?

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Long-Term Solvency Analysis

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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Financial Analysis

Businesses are constantly seeking to increase their net profits.


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 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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