Accounting & Bookkeeping

A good cash management is the lifeblood of any organization. It can improve a company's liquidity, reduce unnecessary costs, and increase profitability. If your cash flow is not appropriately maintained and analyzed at different intervals it will definitely create a problem for business to continue.
No matter what is the nature of your business a good budget plan is a must-have for every type of business. Without optimal cash flow, business operations cease to exist, vendors jump ship and company may be forced to reduce investments in areas that actually help make growth possible. Whether it’s sale of products or services, or something else, it’s vital to have clear and sound budget plan in place. Similarly, if you plan to merge with or acquire any business, you need to seek expert’s advice for business valuation analysis of capital structure of the company, its management, and its future earnings prospects.
Many clients find preparing cash flows, annual budget and valuation reports a daunting process and look for the professional help to do the task.

At IMnS Associates, our experts view your past financial records and future plans to help you ensure preparation of a sound budget that will lead company to success. We will also revisit this plan on timely basis to concentrate on areas for further improvements.

Our services include:

  • Good cash management is something that can make your business. We help you maintain optimal cash flow levels by forecasting future expenditures, tracking sources and budgeting accordingly.
  • We can help you re-balance your budget by analyzing your spending and debts (expected debt reduction) for an optimal cash flow.
  • We help you produce a comprehensive budget and put in place the tools to develop your business.
  • Our team will revisit the budget plan if there were any major changes in operations, business plan or business structure. With our help and guidance, you will always be able to operate your operations at optimal level will always be on top of your finances.
  • We use common approaches to business valuation: discounting cash flow models, review of financial statements, and similar company comparisons. Some of the business valuation methods include:
    • Market capitalization
    • Times revenue method
    • Discounted cash flow method (DCF)
    • Earnings multiplier
    • Book value and
    • Liquidation value

Contact our team of professionals to meet the unique needs of your organization.