Tag Archives: Expense

Let go or be dragged

    So the other day I was getting ready for yoga class when one of my classmates told us about something she saw on Facebook. Someone, I do not know who, posted “Let Go or Be Dragged” on their … Continue reading

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How do I tell you…?

Dear Small Business Owner, How do I tell you? How do I tell you that the tops of all the napkin holders in your restaurant are covered in dried, crusted food? How do I tell you that your email is … Continue reading

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How do I model employee costs?

There are many costs associated with having employees as a part of your company.  Just saying the words wages and benefits is saying a lot! There are basically two kinds of employees, exempt and non-exempt.  When creating a financial plan, … Continue reading

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How often should I update my Business Plan Financial Model?

This is a question I hear frequently.  The answer is, of course, it depends.  Here are my thoughts on the subject: Update your model every month at a minimum. Note all changes in expenses and make sure your revenue predictions … Continue reading

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How do you figure out your expenses? Just Ask!

When you are planning a business, you will have literally hundreds of questions.  Those questions are the basis of the assumptions you will make when you put together your business and financial plan.  When trying to figure out what your … Continue reading

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