Evaluating a company’s financial health is an essential skill for all business owners. This Maximum Money Course covers the fundamentals of financial analysis. In once a week for five weeks, participants have the opportunity to develop a comprehensive 12 month financial forecast.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Georgia Bottoms is a licensed physical therapist. She treated people in acute care and skilled nursing facilities in Savannah before becoming the wound care coordinator at Memorial Health. However, her focus changed from people to their dogs after her pup, Ripken, needed extensive rehabilitation to recover from knee surgery. “The physical therapist in the clinic […]
Cash is to a business what oxygen is to a human…necessary for survival. Finding the needed cash for your business can be challenging, but with the growth of alternative lenders, there are more options available now for established companies. Startups on the other hand, may find it more difficult to gain access to cash without […]
[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″][block_title style=”column_title” inner_style=”inline_border” title=”Overview”][/block_title][vc_column_text]The Maximum Money series introduces entrepreneurs to simple yet powerful financial forecasting techniques. Using forecasting software and other tools, the participants learn how to better understand and use financial information to guide them when making critical business decisions. Business owners and leaders meet once a week for five weeks and have the […]
I have been a consultant with the UGA Small Business Development Center for almost 5 years, and I can’t tell you how many times I have heard this statement, or some variation of it. Unfortunately, a lot of these people do not have a good understanding of how to set up a business financially so […]
Here are the ONLY 4 things a small business needs to pay attention to on a daily basis to get up and running successfully.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Pokemon GO is the new internet phenomenon that has taken the world by storm. While I was on vacation last week I downloaded the app to play with my 13-year-old daughter. I confess that I have never played a game on my smartphone before, so why now? I admit I was a little curious as […]
A favorite of mine is the story of The Grasshopper and The Ant. If you do not recall, the premise of the fable is that the Grasshopper is enjoying the summer day, hopping, chirping and singing away when the Ant passes by, working away, storing food. The Grasshopper asks the Ant why it is working so hard when everything is so easy, foods plentiful, and states that the Ant should be enjoying the sunshine. The Ant replies that he is planning for the winter, by continuing to work when everything was going well. Of course, winter comes and the Ant is well prepared while the Grasshopper is out in the cold, starving. The moral of the story is: