Finance for Non-Financial Managers and Small Business Owners

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Index
Accountants
public, 86–87, 115–16
tax, 81–82
Accounts payable, 58, 61, 70–71
Accounts receivable, 58, 69
Accrued expenses, 70–71
Acquisition financing, 105, 187, 210
Administrative expenses, 12, 62, 64, 72
Advances (customer), 295
Advertising and sales promotion programs, 175
Aged receivable balances, 178
Alexa.com, 26
American Women’s Economic Development Corporation (AWED), 84
Americaoneunsecured.com, 18
ArmoMac Corp., 244–45
Asset-based lenders (finance companies), 128–29
Assets
current, 31
determining need for, 160–62
fixed, 31, 70
hard, 109, 160
intangible, 31
liquid (soft), 108–9
offshore havens for, 273, 280–81
protecting, 271–85
return on, 38, 39
selling unneeded, 9–10
total, total debt to, 43–44
transferring title of, 275–80, 281–83
Assets employed ratio, 39, 193
Asset turnover, 41–42, 193
Asset utilization ratio, 34, 39, 40–42
ATMs, 22, 24, 25
Audits, 53, 116, 126, 141, 160, 163, 285
Balance sheet forecasts, 67–71
Balance sheets, 30–32, 36f, 53, 260
BankAmerica, 16, 23
Bankers’ acceptance, 107
Bankers Trust, 100
Bank instruments, 106–7
Bankofamerica.com, 22
Bank One Corp., 25
Bankruptcy, 119, 120–21, 272, 283–85
Chapter 7 and Chapter 13, 274, 284–85
online assistance with, 285
Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act (2005), 284
Banks, 10–11, 97–112, 113–28, 131–46. See also Loans
approaching, 122–26
central, 99–100
choosing, 102–4
city, 98
current state of industry, 99
discrimination by, 133
foreign, 101–2, 292
gaining the edge with, 144–45
investment, 91, 129, 213, 237
local, 100
money-center, 98, 100, 101, 110
number of, 98, 100
online (e-banks), 15, 16, 21–25, 99
pros and cons of loans from, 127–28
questions asked by, 124–25
regional, 100, 101
relationships with, 114–16
reputation of loan applicant and, 136
retail, 80–81, 100
rural, 98, 100
shopping for new, 291–92
terminology of, 104–12
variety of choices, 99–102
wholesale, 100
Bankus.etrade.com, 22
Basis points, 110
Bear Stearns, 206, 217
Better Business Bureau, 27, 226
Board advisers, 209
Borrowing base, 288, 289
Business brokers, 89–90
Business plans, 150, 165–87. See also Financial plans; Marketing plans; Operations plans; Personnel plans
Capital. See also Acquisition financing; Debt; Equity capital; Seed money; Venture capital; Working capital
cost of, 162
leasing and, 256–57
nonbank sources of, 294–300
Capital contributions. See Equity contributions
Capital expenditure budgets, 159–63
Capital expenditure forecasts, 76
Caribbean Basin Initiative, 241
Cash
forecasting expenditures, 72–73
free, 119
maximizing generation, 5–11
minimizing expenditures, 11–13
net, 73–75

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