Tag Archives: cash flow

How to manage your cash flow so it doesn’t cause you problems

Dealing with cash flow issues is one of the main causes of stress and worry for a business owner, and yet many don’t realise cash is their biggest problem. There’s a whole lot of noise about becoming more profitable, and that’s important – but it’s cash that will be your downfall.  Simply put, ‘Cash Flow’…

Why we care about the mental health of our farmers

farmers, stress, cash flow

Last month, a few of the Saint Team attended Xerocon in London, to catch up on software news and updates, and hear insightful talks about how we can help business owners to connect, both through the use of technology and on a personal level.  The theme at this years’ conference was people. The conversation centred…

Why you need to understand your numbers

Why you need to understand your numbers

Over the years, we’ve seen our fair share of busy business owners fall into the same trap. They get so wrapped up in their day-to-day activities that they forget to take a step back and look at the bigger picture. Where is the business going? Are there any opportunities on the horizon? And which threats…

Not paying by standing order? Here’s why you should

If you’re currently paying your accountancy fee once or twice a YEAR, it could be time for a change. Insisting on such payment terms can, in fact, leave you exposed to a myriad of cash flow problems, and makes short-term decision making and long-term growth incredibly challenging. Why? Well, paying a large lump sum can…

4 ways to improve your farming business: 1.Address your profitability and cash flow

When push comes to shove, you want your farm to turn a profit. All the early starts and long working days should translate into a healthy year-end profit – but that will only happen if you’ve got control over your spending, revenues and cash flow. So, how do you address the issue of getting on…

4 ways to improve your farming business: 1.Address your profitability and cash flow

When push comes to shove, you want your farm to turn a profit. All the early starts and long working days should translate into a healthy year-end profit – but that will only happen if you’ve got control over your spending, revenues and cash flow. So, how do you address the issue of getting on…

4 ways to improve your farming business: 1.Address your profitability and cash flow

When push comes to shove, you want your farm to turn a profit. All the early starts and long working days should translate into a healthy year-end profit – but that will only happen if you’ve got control over your spending, revenues and cash flow. So, how do you address the issue of getting on…