By Lena Thomson
Director of NZ Childcare Finance
Cashflow problems can be a hassle to any early childhood service. Ensuring that there is little to no humps, ensuring your cash flow is as smooth as it can get, is key.
What you don’t want is extreme fluctuations, and what you do want is even flow of cash coming in and going out. This is crucial in all businesses.
There are things we can control and there are other things we can’t.
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