Want More Recurring Revenue in Your Business?

Word Scrabble For The Word Revenue

Recurring revenue should be the mantra of every business, large and small.  Dollars that come in every month without fail are what keeps a company going through difficult times. Big orders are great and you always want them, but a solid recurring revenue strategy is what sustains companies over the long haul. Cell phone contracts… Read more »

What Form Should Your Business Be (pt. 2)?

Flickr Pie Charts And Free Accounts

In my previous blog, I presented   In my September column , we looked at mistakes to avoid when forming a partnership. Many entrepreneurs, however, aren’t comfortable in remaining a sole entity and require a level of legal protection not afforded by a sole proprietorship. That leaves a corporation or LLC as the next most viable option… Read more »

What Form Should Your Business Be?

Flickr Pie Charts And Free Accounts

Basically, there are three forms that one can use to start a business:  a Sole Proprietor, a Partnership or a Corporation.  Of course,  there are variants to these forms. Brad Sugars wrote a couple of articles for Entrepeneur magazine about this. This blog is about Partnerships, my next blog is on Corporations. Avoid These 7 Partnership… Read more »

A Bookkeeping Program for Small Business

Bookkeeping programs

A bookkeeping program for small business is more than asking and answering the question “which software should I use?”  The accounting software is just the beginning of what a small, growing business needs to have in order to record the transactions, protect the interests of the owner(s) and help the business owner(s) achieve his/her goals. Here… Read more »

Do you have a written budget?

Every Paycheck Excel Spreadsheet

Some small business owners don’t see the need for a written budget while some have a budget but never look at it once it’s done.  Other businesses, perhaps your competition, have a written budget and use it to run and operate the business more efficiently.  The last quarter of the fiscal/calendar year is not the… Read more »

B2B CFO® Named to INC. 5000 List for Fourth Consecutive Year

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Company’s Founder and CEO Jerry L. Mills to Speak at Inc. 500|5000 Conference on Exit Strategies MESA, ARIZ. – (August 29, 2013) – B2B CFO®, the leader in CFO services for mid-market companies, today announced that it was named to the 32nd annual Inc. 500|5000 list. This marks B2B CFO®’s, fourth consecutive appearance on the… Read more »

Crackdown on Misclassifying Employees as Independent Contractors

Hands That Are In Handcuffs

The Department of Labor and the Internal Revenue Service are both cracking down on the misuse and misclassification of employees as independent contractors (W-2 vs. 1099).   Following is an article written by B2B CFO® partner, Roger Kohl. Classifying employees as independent contractors is a hot button with The Department of Labor (DOL). It is anticipated… Read more »

6 Classic Ways to Crash Your Company (from Inc.com)

Totaled Car In Crash On The Roadside

There are many different ways to unknowingly hurt or sabotage you company. Following is an excerpt of an article by Kimberly Weisul from Inc.com (read the entire article). Every fast-growth company eventually runs into at least one of these all-too-common obstacles. How you handle them can make the difference between success and high-speed smashup. Some… Read more »

Working Capital: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Boy Dressed As Blondie

Working capital is the excess of current assets over current liabilities and is a financial measure of liquidity or ability of a business to meet its obligations.  Current assets include cash, accounts receivable, inventory and other assets that are expected to be converted to cash within 12 months. Current liabilities include accounts payable and accrued expenses… Read more »