Accounting and Finance Clips 4: Cash Flow and Working Capital

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Clip 1: Cash Flow: Tossed's Gamble
A new salad bar chain is chasing growth - but will it run out of cash? Tossed is the baby of twenty-something entrepreneur Vincent McKevitt who aims to make big…
Clip 2: Cash Flow: Why Cash Is King
Cash flow isn't about how much money you're making - it's about when you get paid for your wares and when you have to pay your bills. Businesses which invoice…
Clip 3: Working Capital
Working capital is like oil to a company's engine - without it, the engine seizes up and the business may go under. This clip explains what working capital is and…
Clip 4: The Difference Between Cash & Profit
Spare cash and profit may seem like the same thing, but in fact they're very different. The Tin Drum cafe bar has lots of cash coming in but is in…

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