Monthly Archives: February 2013

Growing Out of State

For many construction and retail businesses, the prospect of expanding through out of state activities poses a glimmering opportunity.  But take time to research.  Out of state business adds a number of complex challenges.

Employment:  Most states outside of Texas have a state income tax.  Be aware that if you employ others with an address in that state, you will likely be required to register in that state, file regular unemployment and income tax returns. …

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Smart 25 Awards

B2B CFO, the nation’s largest CFO services firm, is accepting nominations for the second annual “Smart 25 Awards” through March 8, 2013. The award program recognizes outstanding companies and individuals for driving smart business growth in one of the toughest economies.

Honorees and finalists will be celebrated during the awards ceremony on April 26, 2013, at Studio 17 in Disney’s California Adventure Park, during B2B CFO’s annual National Partners Conference hosted by B2B CFO and Morgan Stanley Wealth Management.…

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Smart 25 Awards

As Hollywood’s awards season draws to an end, I would like to draw some attention to B2B CFO’s own Smart 25 Awards:

B2B CFO, the nation’s largest CFO services firm, is accepting nominations for the second annual “Smart 25 Awards” through March 8, 2013. The award program recognizes outstanding companies and individuals for driving smart business growth in one of the toughest economies.…

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How to Get Cash Out of Your Business

capping off week’s post, I am sharing more of this article by Partner, Charles Sonneborn:

Every business needs cash in order to be successful. When times are good, cash (along with many other important metrics) can be forgotten and overlooked. When times are bad, the individual entrepreneur, small business as well as Fortune 100 Companies (yes, even the auto industry) are in critical need of it.…

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How to Get Cash Out of Your Business

building off of last week’s post, I am sharing more of this article by Partner, Charles Sonneborn:

4. Have all customers, prior to being sold/serviced, complete a Credit Application that will be reviewed and approved by the person who has accountability for Receivables. This document could become invaluable if legal proceedings need to be taken and provides accuracy in initially establishing the customer’s name, address, etc.…

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