ABOUT US

We are a Florida based company with partners throughout America consisting of entrepreneurs, consultants with specific expertise, MBA's, CPA's, CIO's, EA's and former CEO's to help businesses in transition and crisis. All of our work is performance based with bottom line performance guarantees.

 

EVERY BUSINESS OWNER FACES FOUR
CHOICES EVENTUALLY:

1

Sell or liquidate their business assets.

2

Maintain their business perpetually "become an absentee owner".

3

Merge their business in order to grow or minimize involvement.

4

Let heirs, partners and employees figure it out for themselves!

OUR WIDE RANGE OF CONSULTING
SERVICES INCLUDE:

Manage a business acquistion or merger process.

Manage aggressive business turnarounds and reorganization.

Provide Employee Stock Ownership Plan consulting.

 

Strategic IT, E-Commerce and Franchise Development Collaboration and skilled CFO, CEO & COO services.

Create and help implement Business Plans for improving cash flow, profitability and aggressive business growth.

 

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MBA BLOG

DUE DILIGENCE-TO DO OR NOT TO DO

8 months ago

Many small businesses are acquired and sold every year with weak or no formal due diligence ever taking place. Frequently this occurs because brokers control the process and are afraid a formal due diligence process will derail a deal and blow a commission. Other times it is because all parties mistakenly believe a formal valuation is a due diligence process or closing attorneys somehow perform this process. More common is the belief that 3rd party lenders perform buyer due diligence as part of their underwriting process.

BUSINESS PLANNING FOR ACCOUNTANTS

8 months ago

Accountants and other professionals frequently do not have a formal business plan and when they do they were often written in order to apply for a loan or created for some other single minded purpose. A good business plan for business owners, including professionls, is more comprehensive and evolves over time as business goals, objectives and realities are better understood and change. After the primary tax season is over is frequently a good time for dusting off the old business plan, if one exists or finally putting one together if it does not.

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