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Small Business Insights

Financial Analysis to many Small Business owners comes across as rocket science or overly complex. Well, that doesn't have to be the case.
Today we are pleased to announce three significant updates to Bookvalu. The first enhances the accuracy of our financial forecasts. The second reduces the data requirement from 3 years to 6 months which means that newer companies will now have access to forecasted financials. The third is the addition of the monthly view to give you a more detailed look at your company's forecasted financials.
The Cash Flow Statement is perhaps the most telling Small Business financial statement. It's telling because the Cash Flow Statement measures all of the cash inflows and outflows of your business.
The Balance Sheet is a critical financial statement for a Small Business and deserves your time and attention as a Small Business Owner. Think of the Balance Sheet as a summary of a company's financial activity.
As a Small Business Owner, you have likely encountered an Income Statement, or as it's also known a Profit and Loss Statement. But, what is an Income Statement?