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Are you a new CFO of a small or large business? Learning a new position is no easy task; however, understanding a company's finances, including everyone's 401(k) plans, is much more difficult. But just like any job, you can learn a lot and get comfortable within your position with the right help. Here is how to remain compliant in your CFO position regarding KPIs or
Owning a business is no easy task. There are many components involved that can take years to master. But what makes a good business owner? If you own a company and are looking to improve your skillset and position, keep reading below to find out some tips and tricks to being the best you can be as a business
If you haven't heard about our KPI (Key Performance Indicator) Bootcamp, click here to learn more about this Bootcamp before heading back to this blog to learn more about one particular step we call
When you hear Vend Advisors, you might think of a vending machine company. But did you know that vend is a Latin term that means "an exchange of monetary value - to sell"? Please get to know who we are by reading the blog post
Before making a big decision, like buying or selling a business, you must ensure you have all the information. Some of the information you need when buying or selling a business is the finances, which involve add-backs. If this is your first time hearing about add-backs, keep reading below to discover more about this and how it may affect your business
When the buyer of a particular business sits down with the person looking to sell their business, there is a lot of exchange of important information. The buyer can get a better idea of the seller, and the same happens with the buyer. But what else goes on during this critical meeting? Keeping reading below to find out
Not just anyone can purchase a business. There needs to be experience, motivation, and financial responsibility. Here's how to set yourself up for success when considering buying a
When you bake cookies, you follow a specific recipe to make the best cookies you can bake for yourself and others to enjoy. The same applies when attempting to sell a business. To go smoothly, you must ensure you're cooking up the right recipe to attract multiple buyers. So is there a recipe for selling/marketing a
Sometimes, when selling a business, there are rare instances when the buyer will take more time than usual to take the company into their own hands full. During these rare occurrences, a deep dive into the company is conducted to ensure everything is running and working smoothly. What does a deep dive look like when selling your
In our other blogs, we've discussed the business selling process and how to sell a business. But one question you might be asking yourself is, what about the vendors? How do they fit into the business selling process? Is there a waiting period for telling your vendors that the business will be under new management
We're here to help. Read more below to find out which documents we recommend having ready before reaching out to potential buyers for your
Selling a business is no easy task. There are a lot of moving parts that need to be inspected and brought together before handing it off to the next person. Like anything else, selling a business is a process. But what does that process look like for a business