Master The 5 C’s of Credit

All business owners know that cash is the life-blood of their business. You might not be in the position yet to borrow funds to expand the business or smooth out cash flow irregularities, but chances are you may need funds in the future to support growth plans, hire new employees, upgrade equipment or even weather… Read more »

Mid-Year Business Assessment Tool

Reflecting back is a great way to move forward. Where are you against your 2019 plan? Ahead, behind, or “on” target?  What should you start doing? Stop doing? Do you know how well your business is progressing as we hit the mid-point of 2019? If the answer is no, you’re not alone. These helpful steps… Read more »

The #1 Rule in Business…

Know Your Numbers! Having a financially fit company involves checking in on some of your most important financial stats. After all, how can you know where you’re going if you don’t know where you are? B2B CFO® is here to help you. Most business owners admit they are busy putting out fires and working with customers, rather… Read more »

Testimonial – Jordan B. – Home Care Assistance

Deciding to work with B2B CFO®, and Alan Hunte specifically, has been one of the best business decisions we’ve made.  Alan’s knowledge and experience in the financial industry has helped us completely revamp our company’s finances.  Alan has been an invaluable asset in our company’s growth over the past year.  His commitment to finding the… Read more »

Need More Cash? It May Be Closer Than You Think

A business owner, or someone who works with business owners’ cash, has a constant and unrelenting problem. Do you sometimes wonder where your cash went? There are several “tricks of the trade” that well managed companies utilize to maximize their cash flow. These cash policies can be used by any business, large or small. Here… Read more »

Family Business | Recipe for Disaster…. Or Success?

Family-owned businesses often present the most challenging situations. If you have ever owned, worked in, or consulted with a family-owned business you know the pain of dealing with the problems inherent in this business situation.  The typical family business splits its time between trying to please the business and please the family.  Usually this is… Read more »

Working Capital — The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly 

Working capital is the excess of current assets over current liabilities and is a financial measure of liquidity or ability of a business to meet its obligations.  Current assets include cash, accounts receivable, inventory and other assets that are expected to be converted to cash within 12 months. Current liabilities include accounts payable and accrued expenses… Read more »

SMART Steps for Your Success

How successful were you in 2016? Did you achieve your personal and business goals? If you are like the majority of busy people, you didn’t write your goals down. There are many reasons not to write our goals but unfortunately most of them are negative. Does this sound familiar? If I write down my goals… Read more »

Manage Your Cash Flow Before It Manages You

I recently saw a survey concerning the degree to which business owners are managing their cash flow. The results might be surprising to many in that only 20% of business owners felt they were in control of their cash flow. This means that over 80% of owners manage their business without having the necessary control… Read more »