Cash flow is the term used to describe the
movement of money in a business - the money coming in (revenue) versus
the money going out (expenses and overhead). Maintaining a proper cash
flow is probably the most important factor for a business to be
successful. It's vital to calculate your cash flow. Sales and revenues
aren't constant, and because of that managing your cash efficiently is
just as important to a small business as it is to a big company.
Whether your business operation is a small or big, the name of the
business game is: SELL THE PRODUCTS OR SERVICE & GET PAID FOR THEM!
Patents and How to Get One: A Practical
Handbook by U. S. Department of Commerce - Handy official
guide explains functions of
the Patent and Trademark Office, describes a patent, defines such terms
as "patent pending" and "patent applied for," discusses patent law,
explains what can be patented and the process of registering patents,
describes filing fees, and much else—all in simple,
easy-to-understanding language. Designed specifically for
non-attorneys, this indispensable handbook will be of value to
inventors, patent applicants, students, and other interested parties.
How to Register Your Own Copyright, 5E
- Clarifies differences between the various forms of intellectual
property Discusses the benefits of copyright registration Explains the
necessary steps in registering a copyright Includes the latest cases on
music copyright and new regulations Details methods for correcting
copyright registration Addresses international copyright registration
Contains information regarding licensing or assignment of copyrights
Details the appropriate filing fees and locations for payment.
Unlocking the Cash in Your Company: How to
Get Unlimited Funds Without a Loan
- Introduces an alternative means of financing which is often available
to those who cannot obtain a bank loan. Will this form of financing --
factoring -- help your business? Learn how selling your invoices can
generate immediate cash flow… who can qualify… how factoring differs
from other financing… when to factor and when not to… how to find the
right factor… and much more.