Category: Exit Strategies

How Employee Vacations Can Benefit Your Business

A vital part of evaluating a company’s internal controls is to verify that employees actually take their vacations. In today’s work environment, some employees may believe that foregoing their vacations proves that they are dedicated and hard-working. It is often considered a badge of honor to take very little, if any, time off.  Even though… Read more »

“When is the Right Time to Prepare for Selling Your Business?”

If you’re wondering when you should begin to prepare to sell your business, you’re not alone. This question is asked by most all business owners when first discussing the concept of exiting their businesses.  Usually, they have not yet begun to prepare for selling their business and yet may be hoping to sell within 3… Read more »

The Annual Budget is Obsolete

I dislike the word budget. It suggests limitations, promotes a scarcity mentality and perhaps worst of all, it is boring. When is the last time you asked someone how things were going at work and they enthusiastically responded with “Fantastic! – I love the budgeting season, can’t wait to get started”? I believe most small… Read more »

B2B CFO Extends Leadership Position in Mid-Market Business Transitions

Source: Finance.Yahoo.com Company sees widespread adoption of its proprietary exit strategy software, increased demand for expertise as owners of mid-market companies struggle to sell their businesses MESA, Ariz. [Business Wire] – B2B CFO, nation’s largest CFO and business transitions services firm, today released a summary of its Partners expertise in exit strategy leadership, highlighting a… Read more »