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The Path to Profitability: Cut What Your Business Doesn’t Need to Help it Grow

Last month we looked at the steps business owners should take to start positioning their business for profitability in 2019: evaluating financials, policies and procedures, and employees against your long-term and short-term objectives. Now that you’ve completed that analysis, it’s time to prune what you don’t need to bring in more of what will generate… Read more »

Multi-Site Bookkeeper

Employment:  Professional Part time or Full time position Firm Mission:  We here at CFO Your Way love nothing more than collaborating with small business owners to make their blood, sweat and tears show up as profit in their bottom line.  They don’t know what they don’t know – so we teach them how to use… Read more »

Are Your Finances Leaving You All Warm and Fuzzy?

Autumn is a time to give thanks for the bounties given throughout the year which has flown by. The cool brisk air reminds us winter is around the corner and we seek warmth with fall coffee flavors, hot apple cider, hot chocolate, or even the warmth of love that family and friends provide us. With… Read more »

Are Bad Habits Leaving You Stuck in a Rut?

One of my employees was telling me about reading to their kids the book “The Berenstain Bears and the Bad Habit”. Mama Bear’s advice to Sister Bear as they walked down the old garden path struck me. Habits, while they may not be intentional, can have negative consequences. Mama Bear was so accustomed to pushing… Read more »

Do yourself a favor…

I created the eWorkbook, “Smooth Business Sailing: 12 Tips to Sustain Your Cash Flow,”  to help you take a strategic look at how your business is doing so you can determine the changes you need to make. You have to right the ship before you can sail. The best business owners with the most successful… Read more »

It’s time to work ON your business

The word “budget” sends many business owners into near panic because they’re too busy to stay connected to the week-to-week or even month-to-month numbers. They simply don’t know where they stand in their performance to plan. Sound familiar? Well, Tip #11  in the Smooth Business Sailing book  is for you, check it out. It is the… Read more »

The greatest expense/time saver is…

Are you keeping an eye on the condition of your equipment, computers, or systems? Once something new is in place, it’s easy to overlook it because it’s running great when it’s new. Tip #9 in the “Smooth Business Sailing”  asks you some questions about your equipment, so you can assess how to handle it. Tip #10 is one… Read more »