In my experience, there are 4 things that determine if a small business will survive.
Something I wish clients understood: I am not a miracle worker.
Here are 5 mistakes I see businesses make in the budgeting process.
One time I was helping a small business owner who was going through a rough time with her business. It was leaking cash, she was taking almost nothing out for herself, and she was burned out. Her business only took in about $50,000, but somehow she had two employees working for her. That was where […]
A few years ago, towards the end of the year, I got a voicemail from a frustrated business client. The profanity laced message went something like this: “I’m sick of this $hit and want to sell this f___ing business. I can’t take it any more. I want to get together to talk about closing or […]
Rarely do the “experts” define what “proactive” means, but one of the vibes I get is that our clients are these damsels in distress, wandering in the wilderness.
Regular readers of my blog know I like to hit back at the “experts” who say accountants are doing a disservice to our clients by not being “proactive” enough.
I like to use my blog as a place to push back against so-called “experts” who say accountants are doing our clients wrong by not being “proactive.” As I’ve written before, it’s not nearly as simple as “experts” make it sound in their books and speeches.