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How To Improve The Liquidity Position Of A Business Firm?

How To Improve The Liquidity Position Of A Business Firm?

A smooth and successful business firm will have a strong liquidity position in which there is an option for the conversion of assets into cash in case of emergency.  The firm should be in such a financial situation that it has enough flow of funds within the company and ensures a regular and routine flow of business courses of action.  Many large firms always concentrate on the liquidity position along with the financial position of the company when compared to the firms where less capital is employed.  Many business investors to boost up their cash flow will try to concentrate on earning more returns from less investment.  One of the ways to boost up the returns is by investing their money on online trading software. Among them, Cryptosoft review which helps to gain knowledge of these cryptocurrencies.  After gaining the adequate knowledge about the online trading software, the investor should analyze and identify the best way of investing their money.  Hence, the firm should ensure the ways of raising funds and the flow of cash in a proper way.

Ways to improve the liquidity position of the firm:

  • Concentrate on Unpaid debts: Any successful firm should concentrate on the unpaid debts to ensure a sound liquidity position.  Due to certain reasons, the business firm may not be able to collect the bills receivable from the sundry debtors.  Make a list of unpaid sundry debtors and try to make them settle their debts.  Ensure the bills payable by the firm to the sundry creditors and make a regular payment to them if possible.  Concentrating on Bills Payable and bills receivable will helps to know the flow of cash both in and out.
  • Check Overhead expenses and control: A business firm may spend unnecessarily on overhead expense like rent, labor etc.  Identify the expenses which can be reduced so that it helps the firm to have a better cash flow and liquidity position.  If there is no control on overhead expenses, the firm will lose a considerable amount of money by investing in them.
  • Remove useless assets: A firm may have too many assets in which some of the assets are of no use.  Those assets which be cleared even at the low cost.  The useless assets may occupy the space and resources which is an added expense for the company.   If it is removed well in advance, may give some cash flow even at a low depreciation value of the assets.
  • Deposit the cash for Interest: The firm may have adequate cash at times.  The adequate cash can be deposited on the bank to get the interest at good rates.  In case of emergency, that cash can be used to resolve the problem.
  • Increase the payment cycles: The payment cycles of the firm can be increased for a longer duration than the shorter duration, which will make the firm to take ample of time to settle the debts when needed with some discounts.




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Teresa Duncan received a degree of Master of Science in Healthcare Management from Marymount University. With over 22 years of healthcare experience (15 in dental), she has unique insight into the world of dentistry. Her specialty is helping dentists and managers increase revenue. By focusing on accounts receivable and insurance management, she helps dentists increase the value of their practice. As a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, she has a special interest in helping dentists identify and safeguard against employee embezzlement.

Teresa is founder and president of Odyssey Management.

She is a Fellow and Educator for the ICOI’s Association of Dental Implant Auxiliaries. Look for more articles from her regarding practice management, dental implants and oral health care news. She was named 2010’s ADIA Educator of the Year.

Teresa is a member-at-large on the board of the Academy of Dental Management Consultants.

Teresa is a Trustee for the auxiliary education-focused DALE Foundation.


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