Manage Your Business the Smart Way with Business Budgeting Software
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Cash Flow Mojo features a fully developed and feature-rich budgeting module that allows you to take charge of your finances. Here, you can see how much of your cash flow you are spending, and where, to quickly identify areas of discretionary spending that can be reduced to pay down debt and increase profits. You’ll be able to easily calculate your income planning target so you’ll know how much cash flow you need to be bringing in each week to do better than breaking even while reducing your debt. Expenses that can be reduced are highlighted, and our system allows you to organize and control your income streams in a more efficient way.
Modules Built to Help Your Business Grow
Cash Flow Mojo is more than a business budgeting software solution. In addition to our online budgeting tools, we include modules for sales and income planning, promotional planning to calculate the ROI of planned promotions, and a cash flow controller to allocate to pay bills and credit debt while not overspending available revenue. In addition, you benefit from a suite of training videos and coaching modules that will help you to transform the way you think about budgeting.
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If debt is crippling your business, then a savvy business budgeting software solution has the power to turn things around for you. Cash Flow Mojo was designed to help businesses become free from debt and increase their bottom lines. Sign up for a 30-day trial of Cash Flow Mojo today for just $9.99, and see how you can reach financial success. Have questions? contact us at (239) 331-7055
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• Are you wondering how to take charge of your business finances so you have no worries about money?• Are you spending more than you make and going deeper in debt?