ATO Small Business Webinar Series: Part Three

Good cash flow management practises are VITAL for a strong and successful business. But knowing how to manage your cash flow is easier said than done. In this webinar, learn critical cash flow management skills. Discover how to identify issues and learn how to maximise your cash flow with easy tips.

In this FREE 60-minute webinar, small business expert Linden from the ATO will discuss how to:

  • Map cash flow in and out of your small business
  • Analyse your cash flow to head off any problems
  • Track and monitor cash flow
  • The 7 top tips to maximise cash flow.

Cash flow is the lifeblood for a small business. Get it right to give your business the best chance of success.

View and download the following documents from this session:
presentation slidesATO's cashflow for success handout and session transcript


Entrepreneurship Facilitators provide free and practical assistance to support and encourage individuals to start a business as a way to create their own job. 

Natalie Brookes

Entrepreneurship Facilitator, Richmond - Tweed (Ballina) | My Business

Natalie has a wealth of experience in start-ups having established two of her own and understands the freedom and joy that self-employment brings.

Linden Regina

Small Business Exducator | Australian Tax Office

Linden lives and breathes Small Business. She is committed to improving the small business client experience and helping small businesses understand and interact with the tax and super systems more effectively.

The statements, analysis, opinions and conclusions expressed in this Webinar presentation and any related written materials (collectively, the Webinar Materials) are those of the ATO and do not necessarily represent the views of My Business. My Business expressly disclaims any and all liability arising from or in connection with the access to, participation in, or use of the Webinar Materials by you or any other person. Any advice provided as part of the Webinar Materials will be general business advice and will not constitute financial, legal, taxation, accounting or insolvency advice. Any advice will not take into account your personal objectives, financial situation or specific needs. Before acting on any advice, you should consider the appropriateness of the advice having regard to its objectives, financial situation and needs. Before making any decision, it is important for you to consider these matters and to seek appropriate financial, legal, taxation, accounting and other professional advice.