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March 13, 2019
Most of the time, business owners think that their Chief Financial Officer (CFO) or their Certified Public Accountant (CPA) only worries about company tax issues and payments. However, your company’s financial needs involve more than taxes. You need a CFO or a CPA to oversee multiple departments and to wear many hats within your organization. By creating harmony within the company’s finance departments, a CFO reduces business risk and increases the functionality of your business.
March 12, 2019
As a father of three, I’ve often asked myself, “When should I start saving for my kids’ college educations?”. With dollars flying out faster than they’re coming in, where do I find the extra income in my budget… especially when life just happens? However, I feel like I have to start making plans! My kids are rapidly approaching their college years, with my oldest just four years away from beginning her higher education journey. Coincidentally, my kids will be in college for at least 12 consecutive years! So obviously, the sooner I start saving for my kids’ college educations, the better. Yet, before I start saving for college, there are a few things I need to first… and so do you.
March 11, 2019
In this Value Growth Series, I’ve developed mini-series for each of the 8 Foundational Components that drive up your business’s value. Thus far, I’ve discussed planning, leadership, sales, marketing, personnel, and operations. Starting with this article, I’ll be talking about finance. Whether you are a solopreneur or an owner of a business with hundreds of employees, I want you to think about finance as a department, or a distinct area of your business. And whether you’ve reached success in spite of your own financial ignorance or you are a financial guru, all business owners can improve in this area of finance.
March 8, 2019
Thus far in this Value Growth Series, I’ve discussed operational systems you can use and operational steps you can take in your business. Yet, in order to understand how operational systems work in your company, you need a little history lesson. Therefore, in this article, I’m going to take you through the evolution of business operations management.