Author Archives: Whittaker

18 Value Drivers That Increase Your Business’ Value

According to the annual Business Reference Guide written by Tom West, 70-80 percent of businesses do not sell.  One of the reasons this happens is because many business owners focus on current income generation as opposed to building the value of the enterprise.  Profit or income does not automatically translate to enterprise value. Enterprise value

The Death Grip of Managing Your Business (and How to Release It)

Are you a business owner with no work life balance? Are you always at work? Thinking about work? Worrying about work? The fact is, that’s no way to live your life. It’s not healthy, and what’s more, it can have a detrimental impact on your business. Sooner or later you’ll physically and mentally burn out,

How Are You Generating Revenue From Your Customers?

One of my all-time favorite business books, Business Model Generation by Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur, discusses revenue streams, or the money a company generates from customer relationships and customer segments. When evaluating your company’s revenue streams, there are a few key questions to consider: What do your customers value? What do they currently pay

Senior Accountant (Audit) – 3-5 years experience

  Includes primarily auditing/accounting duties with a lot of room to grow. Responsibilities of the position include: Attest Engagements Lead attest engagements such as audit, review and compilation procedures with minimal supervision. Organize and collectively work on engagements as a team. Tax Engagements Become proficient in the preparation of corporate, partnership, individual and fiduciary tax

3 Ways Inaccurate Financials Are Preventing Your Business from Getting to the Next Level

What would happen if you were driving down the freeway and your speedometer wasn’t telling the truth? What if you were actually traveling faster than you thought? It wouldn’t be long before you had some blue lights flashing in your rearview mirror. And what if your fuel gauge wasn’t quite right? You could be speeding