Introduction. Part I: Improving Your Profit, Cash Flow, and Solvency. Chapter 1: Managing Your Small Business Finances. Chapter 2: Understanding Your P&L and Profit Performance. Chapter 3: Getting Up to Speed on Cash Flow from Profit. Chapter 4: Keeping Your Business Solvent. Part II: Using Tools of the Trade. Chapter 5: Protecting the Family Jewels. Chapter 6: Scrutinizing Your Costs. Chapter 7: Practical Budgeting Techniques for Your Business. Chapter 8: Making Decisions with a Profit Model. Part III: Dealing with Small Business Financial Issues. Chapter 9: Jumping Through Tax Hoops. Chapter 10: Raising Capital for Your Business. Chapter 11: Diagnosing Your Financial Condition. Part IV: Looking at Service and Manufacturing Businesses. Chapter 12: When You Sell Services. Chapter 13: When You Make the Products You Sell. Part V: Reaching the End of the Line. Chapter 14: Putting a Market Value on Your Business and Selling. Chapter 15: Hanging Up the Spikes and Terminating Your Business. Part VI: The Part of Tens. Chapter 16: Ten Management Rules for Small Business Survival. Chapter 17: Ten Hard-Core Financial Tools and Tactics. Appendix: About the CD. Index.
Tage C. Tracy, CPA, is the co-author, along with John Tracy, of How to Manage Profit and Cash Flow. John A. Tracy, CPA, is the author of Accounting For Dummies.
'...aims to put all small business owners in a position where they understand how to manage the money in their organisation.' (Bookworm73.wordpress.com, May 2011).