Your restaurant is doing well. Revenue is consistently increasing every quarter, your staff are pleased with their jobs and your customers keep stop coming back and recommending your restaurant to their friends. What should you do next?
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A company’s balance sheet is an important financial statement that lists its assets, liabilities and shareholders’ equity.
Strong, consistent cash flow is essential for any business, from a small sole trader business to a massive international company.
Operating profit is an accounting figure that measures the total amount of revenue that will turn into profit for a business. It measures the total amount of profit generated by a company’s core business operations before interest and taxes are deducted.