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Philip Campbell
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Philip Campbell is a consultant and author of the book Never Run Out of Cash: The 10 Cash Flow Rules You Can’t Afford to Ignore.
Philip Campbell is a consultant and author of the book Never Run Out of Cash: The 10 Cash Flow Rules You Can’t Afford to Ignore.

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My new book: A Quick Start Guide to Financial Forecasting: Discover the Secret to Driving Growth, Profitability and Cash Flow Higher, will ship in May 2017. The purpose of the book is to give you a straightforward, easy-to-implement guide to using one of the most powerful financial tools in business: a reliable financial forecast. And a have a quick favor to ask...


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Making money is a skill. And like any skill it takes practice to get better. Maybe this week would be a good time to practice your skill at bringing just a little more of your revenues to the profit line.

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Most of your decisions to "reduce your income taxes" are costing you at lease double what you end up saving in taxes. You are spending $10,000 to reduce their income taxes by $3,000. Nobody admits to doing it. Especially this time of year. :-)

Remember, the key word in the phrase "Income Taxes" is the word INCOME.

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If you know you need to cut expenses in your business, my suggestion is to go big. But when it comes to charting the path to financial health and stability in your business, I suggest you take the baby step approach.

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Financial forecasting is one of the most powerful tools in business for helping you improve profitability and cash flow. It is also amazingly helpful in helping you avoid financial and cash flow problems.

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The Financial Rhythm website is loaded with free downloads, goodies, and tools to help you improve profitability and cash flow.

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Your ultimate success in business will be determined by your ability to create money (starting with above average profitability) and hang on to a portion of that money (by managing cash flow wisely in order to grow the value of your business and your personal net worth).

But not everyone agrees with me. Take this super-fast, 2 question survey and let's see how you feel about the role of money in business.
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