Cost Savings and Cost Avoidance: Why You Should Know the Difference By: Lianabel Oliver Many companies require their employees to classify the financial benefits of capital investments or organizational initiatives as cost savings or cost avoidance measures. For many non-financial
Video-based learning can provide viable and cost-effective training solution to bridge this knowledge gap among participants and increase their financial literacy in a uniform manner, at their pace, with measurable results.
We have identified 5 basic financial skills that any individual with management and supervisory responsibilities should have.
If you are a manager, business owner, or entrepreneur, you have probably seen a statement of cash flows for your company, a customer, or a vendor. How many of you have used it to evaluate how well your company is performing, or whether you should extend credit to a customer, or do business with a vendor?