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If I were Buying a Company

If I were in the market to purchase a company, it would require a great deal of research and much soul searching.  From a financial standpoint, careful consideration would take place.  Decisions on where to invest liquid assets has as its major purpose one goal, where can I get the greatest return on investment? …

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Stay Focused on the Essentials

Business owners of growing companies are very busy people.  One of the obstacles they must continually fight is being distracted from the really important drivers of their business.  It is easy to get so caught up in details that drain time and energy.  The business suffers for a lack of focus on what is important to move the company forward toward achieving its goals. …

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Forecasting-Vital to Business Success

If you are the CEO of a business and not performing in-depth forecasting on a regular basis, your company is not performing at the highest level of which it is capable.  A forecast means, “to calculate or predict (some future event or condition) usually as a result of study and analysis of available pertinent data(Merriam-Webster on-line Dictionary).”  A forecast does not mean error free but instead what is likely to occur based upon known future conditions, current trends, and actions undertaken that will impact the future. …

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Do Positive Profits Ensure Adequate Cash?

I was once introduced to a business owner that had a problem he could not grasp.  During our initial meeting, he could not understand why his company had little cash.  The net income of his company was positive, and in addition, he collected from his customers in advance.  This is a situation I have encountered regularly in various forms.   …

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Ready For Your Next Banker Meeting? Three Things You Can Do To Be Prepared

When was the last time you met with your banker? If it’s been a while, or you don’t have a banker, you may want to schedule a meeting soon. Cultivating a strong relationship with your bank can be a great asset to your business. Sooner or later, most owners will need to secure a line of credit, finance a piece of equipment, obtain the funds to purchase real estate or otherwise seek assistance from a bank.…

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