Archive for February, 2014

Rolling Forecasts: Rapidly Adjust to Market Realities – February 2014

The following addresses important concepts in Budgeting.  Traditional Budgeting arose as a means for companies to limit costs.  In today’s volatile business climate, many argue that it is a less useful tool.  Accordingly, some companies are moving towards a planning model that incorporates a rolling forecast rather than a static annual budget that is updated yearly in […]


How to Measure Your Company’s Liquidity – February 2014

The following addresses an important topic in Financial Management.  Liquidity reflects the degree to which an asset or liability is convertible to cash.  A good assessment of a company’s liquidity is important because liquidity is used to determine a company’s financial health.  Creditors use it in loan covenants to require that borrowers  maintain an acceptable of […]