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Award Winning Author and Inc. Magazine’s Editor-at-Large Bo Burlingham to Keynote B2B CFO’s Annual Meeting

B2B CFO, the nation’s largest CFO and Exit Strategies firm for privately held businesses, announced today that award winning author and Inc. Magazine’s Editor-at-Large, Bo Burlingham will keynote the National Partners Meeting to be held April 28-30, 2016.

The invitation-only annual event that brings together all of B2B CFO’s Partners …

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Posted in CFO Services, Exit Strategies

Award Winning Author and Inc. Magazine’s Editor-at-Large Bo Burlingham to Keynote B2B CFO’s Annual Meeting

B2B CFO, the nation’s largest CFO and Exit Strategies firm for privately held businesses, announced today that award winning author and Inc. Magazine’s Editor-at-Large, Bo Burlingham will keynote the National Partners Meeting to be held April 28-30, 2016.

The invitation-only annual event that brings together all of B2B CFO’s Partners …

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Posted in CFO Services, Exit Strategies

Managing Cash Flow Complexities – Part 5: Cash vs EBITDA

At a recent risk management seminar, one of the participants spoke about how their controller received an email from the CEO of their company asking him to wire transfer some funds for that day.  What the throwing cash out the windowcontroller didn’t know is that someone had hacked into the company’s email system, and …

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Posted in Business Best Practices, Cash, CFO Services, Exit Strategies, Other

Managing Cash Flow Complexities – Part 4: Transition Planning

three wall racquetball courtsTransition Planning.

In high school, my brother and I would go down to the ASU campus late at night to play racquetball at the three-wall outdoor courts (these courts have been gone for years).  We played from 10pm until about 2 or 3am in the morning, mainly to escape the …

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Posted in Business Best Practices, Cash, CFO Services, Exit Strategies

Managing Cash Flow Complexities – Part 2: More than just Math

Many times CEOs and business owners have concerns or anxieties over future cash flows.  They have usually seen the rough times when cash levels were so low, they weren’t quite sure how they were going to make payroll.  Or, they’ve been hit with an unexpected cash flow surprise that they …

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