As the year comes to a close, have you completed your New Year’s Resolutions? If you are a business owner, have you completed your 2013 Operating Plan? What do these two activities have in common?
Resolutions come about as we reflect on the year as it comes to a close and vow to make improvements in the coming year.… Read more >
Next year, companies should hoard cash, look at reinventing health-care benefits, and get vigilant about data security, one finance chief insists.
Like every year, 2013 will present new challenges. Are you ready? It turns out the Mayans were wrong! It’s a new beginning not an ending.
Yes, it’s almost that time again – the time for New Year’s resolutions.… Read more >
Tagged with: accounting
Posted in Other
The banker said,“I wish potential clients would perform a little due diligence, or at least a half hearted attempt to find out if we are a good fit for their company.” He went on: “The deepest questions I get are:
“How much will you lend me?’ and, “What will it cost me?”
Upon further thought, I had the following considerations:
A typical bookkeeper, office manager, accountant or controller will usually cost a company between $25,000 and $90,000 annually (plus taxes and benefits).… Read more >
Tagged with: banking
Posted in Cash