Managing your personal or business cash flow is the cornerstone of any financial plan. Even without COVID-19, poor cash flow management can lead to expensive failure not just in business but also in your personal wealth creation journey.
Now that we’re all facing tremendous financial challenges brought about by this pandemic, it’s even more important to equip ourselves with competencies that will be advantageous even after COVID-19 no longer poses a threat.
Below are 3 smart ways you can manage your personal and business cash flow so it remains strong and solid despite today’s tough economic conditions.
Personal and Business Cash Flow
- MAXIMISE CASH FLOW
Cash in the bank is the most important asset, for any business or individual to ride out and survive the turbulent months ahead. A key objective should be to maximise the amount of available cash available & in your bank accounts.
We suggest you consider the following:
- Review your outstanding accounts receivable (trade debtors)
- Request ATO payment deferrals, both business & personal
- Negotiate rent relief with your landlord
- Request payment deferrals or additional funding from banks
- Request payment deferrals from other lenders, for example, car financers
2. SEEK GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE
What Government assistance are you entitled too?
- Look into JobKeeper payments
- Review ATO cash flow support scheme
- Consider wage subsidies for apprentices and trainees
- Seek State Government support for businesses – for example, Victoria has been waiving payroll tax for many small businesses.
- TALK TO OUR BUSINESS ADVISORY EXPERTS
If you require any assistance, which could include cash flow projections, budget preparations, help with Government assistance packages available, financial planning & insurances, mortgage refinancing, or just have general questions, feel free to contact us immediately.
If you need support with your financial well-being, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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