Monthly Archives: November 2015

10 Ways to Keep Your Company’s Cash Flow Alive

Cash Flow

Most people who have never had businesses of their own think that owning a business automatically means you have dough.

“Sure, you can get the check because you can just write it off.” Seriously?

Do these people understand that having a business is the most delicate balancing act of cash management that anyone can probably undertake?…

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Top Reasons for Business Owners to Plan Their Exit

Planning Your Exit

Original article shared by Partner, Ken Knapik

1. Like it or not, you are one year older

Long hard hours are what built your business and long hard hours have kept it running. How many more years of your life are you willing to invest in your business? Wouldn’t you prefer to reap the rewards of that hard work instead?…

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Core Competency. Outsource the rest.

Mountain View By Lake

I want to share a post from a while back that still rings true. The following article portrays 3 examples of why it is important to focus on what your company well, and outsource the rest:

One of my clients provides specialty products to the military. My client designs and engineers the products. …

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Why Every CFO Should Invest in Essential Technology

Essential Technology

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When making technology decisions, today’s CFOs (or CIOs, or whoever oversees technology investments) navigate a tricky path. Their mission – to choose technology that will pay for itself, yield ROI for the business, and appease all company stakeholders – may in fact seem impossible. What’s more, there isn’t exactly a true roadmap for tech decision makers to achieve this.…

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