Monthly Financial Analysis for Business Owners

Lower risk and higher sustainable cash flow for your business.

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Businesses receive their financial data from many different sources – billings, invoices, credit card statements, bank balances, journal entries, the list goes on and on. These numbers are combined and formatted into financial statements by a bookkeeper or accountant and contain no more analysis than the IRS needs. If this formatted report is as far as your business goes with its financial analysis, you’re missing the big picture.

Your financial statements tell an intricate and critical story about your business’s overall health. From cash holdings and revenue growth to asset management and use of debt, the financial decisions made each month have a direct effect on cash flow and overall risk. Without fully understanding these decisions, your business could be missing important opportunities and headed for serious problems.

The Business Ferret is a custom, monthly financial analysis program and consultation that effectively guides businesses of all sizes and types in their financial operations under any circumstance. Receiving regular monthly check-ups from the Business Ferret lowers your overall risk and increases your sustainable cash flow, ultimately leading to higher business value.

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Sample Business Ferret Reports

Each year, the Business Ferret helps companies save or create millions of dollars of cash flow and avoid potential financial catastrophes. By closely tracking 12 key financial metrics, we correct and prevent potentially disastrous financial issues.

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Key Financial Metrics

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Return on Assets

Return on assets eliminates the effect of leverage when a business uses debt financing. ROA is highly useful in comparing one company to another.

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The Business Ferret gives me a view into a company to identify issues that were not apparent or even suspected by the company’s own management. [It] saves me countless hours of technical financial analysis to spot issues that could be risks to the company.

— Thomas Rausch, Compliance Consultants, LLC

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