Category: CFO Services

7 signs your business needs this…

Financial Chiefs: Letting you get back to business! Growing businesses often reach a point where they need professional financial guidance—beyond budgets, cash management and monthly reports. Owners need someone tasked to optimize the business’ financial performance, including its reporting, liquidity, and return on investment. You may be asking, does my business need a CFO. Should I invest in a CFO service?… Read more »

Is a LACK of CASH starving your business?

Negative cash flow can happen unexpectedly. Whether your business is growing or struggling, managing your cash flow is the key to business survival. Working with privately held businesses, B2B CFO® has developed several proactive steps to help businesses monitor cash flow to identify and manage shortages before they cripple the business. There are several strategies for dealing with… Read more »

8 Easy ESOP Lessons

Most business owners know that ESOP stands for Employee Stock Ownership Plan, but don’t know much about them other than many myths that surround the very under-utilized option. My friend Josh Patrick at Ask Josh Patrick just published a great 7-minute video to help business owners to decide on whether they should consider an ESOP… Read more »

Financial Strategies To Increase Profitable Sales

    Every business owner wants to increase the sales of their company! What is less common is knowledge of how to use financial strategies to have an impact on increasing sales. If you are not employing these six strategies, you are missing out on incremental sales that could have a huge bottom line impact.   Increase the amount… Read more »

PATH Act and Some Key Wins for Small Business on Taxes

On December 18th the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act of 2015 was signed into law. The are some real benefits to SMBs in this legislation, 3 of the most notable: Section 179 Depreciation that permits businesses to expense $500,000 of machinery and equipment purchases rather than depreciate over useful lives.  This deduction isn’t new… Read more »