Explaining assets and liabilities is my mission in this weeks I Hate Numbers podcast, episode 140. It’s not recommended practice, certainly mine, to operate without considering its assets and liabilities.
However, what do these terms actually mean? In this podcast I’ll break down what constitutes a business asset and explain some of the most common liabilities businesses face. We’ll also provide some tips on how to manage your company’s finances effectively. So, if you’re looking to get a better understanding of your business’ financial standing, read on!
When running a business, it’s important to understand the difference between assets and liabilities. An asset is anything that adds value to your business, while a liability is anything that detracts from it. In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at what constitutes an asset and a liability and give you some tips on how to manage them effectively.
Some of the reasons for Explaining assets and liabilities is
- Firstly, looking at the financial health of your company
- Secondly making good decisions for your business
- Thirdly empowering business owners and management
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