Month: June 2014

When should business owners start planning for their exit?

My typical answer is yesterday! Especially given the fact, all business owners at some point in time will transition out of their business. Some of these transitions will be orderly and well planned. However, all too often many of these transitions will be poorly planned or be triggered by an unexpected event which leads to… Read more »

Think You Have Your Troops in Tip, Top Shape?

Working with a great insurance broker helps prepare your team to be business-ready.    You’ve reviewed your operations and made the appropriate procedural and safety changes.  You’ve updated your operations and employee manuals and seemingly have everything in place.  Well, now where do you go to get insurance? Finding a great broker is paramount in… Read more »

Build the Fort to Protect Your Business

Guard your organization from threats and dangers through improved business operations and proper insurance coverage. In previous posts, I’ve discussed how an insurance company’s job is to deny claims. To protect you from those denied claims, I provided you with a chart to help you identify and stratify risks to make sure you get the… Read more »

Cost to Price Dyslexia

Financial Disease # 3 This is the 3rd blog in a seven part series regarding common financial issues. In this series I have coupled a common known medical disease with a common financial issue. In two previous blogs, I discussed Cash Hemorrhaging and Financial Ebola. This week, I will share Financial Disease #3 Cost to Price… Read more »