Category Archives: Business financial help

1 Tip – Managing Your Interest Rate Risk in Business

By Paul Foster

Depending on how much debt your business carries, your exposure to changes in the interest rate could be high or low. Educate yourself and know your options. Continue reading

When Less Money is More Money

By Paul Foster

When is accepting less money worth it? Paul Foster, The Business Therapist, discusses when less money is actually more. Continue reading

Understanding the Language of Accountants

By Paul Foster

My experience as a business advisor is that business owners can relate better to the activities of the business. Financial statements report the results of the activities. Continue reading

Instant or Deferred Gratification?

By Paul Foster

There can be a tendency to celebrate short term business success too soon. Let’s say your business has a good month and you make a nice profit. Should you take a bonus? Should you reward yourself right away? Continue reading

Managing Your Interest Rate Risk

By Paul Foster

It seems ‘the crowd’ is assuming that interest rates will remain low for a few more years, but let’s look at the investing side of the equation… Continue reading

A Simple Solution to Small Business Cash Management Problems

By Paul Foster

I was talking yesterday with a client who I consider to be the best at collecting money as a small business owner. Quite a few years ago he actually went to jail trying to collect money from one customer because he tipped a desk over on him! Continue reading

How to Build a Business System for Freedom and Profit

By Paul Foster

Are there certain parts of your business that you feel have to be done by you – the business owner? Here are some tips from Paul Foster, The Business Therapist, to build a business system for freedom and profit. Continue reading

How to Increase Profits Easily in Your Business

By Paul Foster

Every business has some ‘low hanging fruit’ to pick. There are ripe profits stuck between the leads your business generates and the actual revenue dollars you convert from these leads. There are many reasons that many of your leads did not become sales. Continue reading

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