Final Word

By learning the ins and outs of working capital management, small business managers can avoid surprises. If you are just getting started, take a deep dive into your business’s working capital needs. From there, implement working capital management strategies to gradually improve the liquidity of your business.

Now that you know how to manage working capital of your business, you might like to learn more about working capital loans. Take a look at our list of the best working capital loans and find out what the top online lenders have to offer to small businesses.


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Sarah Sharkey

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CPA, PMP and Finance Consultant

A CPA and finance professional working with small businesses to educate owners and grow alongside their businesses. Kal started his career in public accounting supporting SEC, regulatory, and both internal and external audits. He holds a Masters in Accounting and a BS in Supply Chain Management. Owner at Salem CPA Services LLC.

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