Several months ago I led a small business financial workshop on making investment decisions at a conference, and one of the questions that came up during Q&A was which financial reports a business owner should be looking at on a regular basis. It’s a good question, I felt that I should address it here Continue reading “What financial reports should I be looking at?”
I’m recruiting a bookkeeper for one of my clients, and there’s a screening tip that I want to share. Before I mention it, I should give some background. Continue reading “A tip when hiring a bookkeeper”
A while back I wrote a post about how you’re a good philosophical approach to business is to think of it as building an asset, and I used a neighborhood building under construction as my inspiration (which you can read here). Well, I haven’t seen any construction activity for a while, the building appears to be completed, but it’s empty! There’s available capacity, but the owner isn’t making any money from it. Continue reading “How much capacity does your business have?”
Last weekend I went to a field hockey tournament that my niece was in. It was a beautiful day, and her team was in good form. Not only did her team win, but she scored a goal. Yes, I’m a proud uncle!
But something came up that got me to thinking about business and finance. Continue reading “Field Hockey”