Category Archives: Advisory|Strategic Guidance

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,

Designing Your Business to Meet Your Financial & Personal Goals

Very few businesses start ‘with the end in mind’ and design it from the ground up. Most businesses grow by default with people, systems, culture, clients, numbers, habits and attitudes. If you take a good hard look at your business today, is it exactly what you want it to be? We would suggest that you

Why Forming a Mission Statement is Critical to Your Marketing Strategy

If you don’t know the answer to this question, your customers surely won’t either. More importantly, if you don’t know, you won’t be able to tell your customers why they should choose you over your competitors. Answering this simple question is critical to forming a mission statement and creating your marketing strategy. Undoubtedly when you

Key COVID-19 Stimulus Resources for Businesses

Whittaker & Company is here to help businesses affected by the COVID-19 crisis. The Association of International Certified Professional Accountants (AICPA) has released several useful resources related to programs the Small Business Administration (SBA) is administering to assist businesses during this challenging time. In the links below you will find the AICPA’s tools as well

A Simple Approach to Analyzing the Source of a Business’s Cash Crunch

The economic shock of the coronavirus pandemic is starving many businesses of cash. The crisis has radically disrupted the flow of payments that usually lubricates the interconnected world of business. Especially impacted are smaller firms that rely on revenue from a few customers to balance the books at the end of each month. A surprising