Creating Value through Excellence in Financial Management (exinfm)
6903 29th St N • Arlington, VA 22213 U.S.A.
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| The Overall Problem
Small business owners are under incredible pressure to sustain and grow their businesses. And unfortunately, most small business owners are too involved in the day-to-day running of the business, often ignoring bigger issues. This gives rise to several short-comings for small business owners:
As a result, many small business owners are not creating value in their businesses. And most fail to see it since they are too busy with the detail, operational side of their business. This creates a downward, burn-out cycle where the business owner works harder and harder, never able to exit the business on a high valuation.
Additionally, many business owners rely too heavily on a single advisor (CPA, Attorney, Consultant, etc.) for everything. There is no way a single advisor can cover all the issues confronting the small business owner – transfer planning, performance management, wealth maximization, risk assessment, tax consultation, strategic gap analysis, etc. Things are too complex and fast moving – business owners need access to a real one-stop shop comprised of independent, highly specialized advisors who can fit and integrate everything together.
Complete Network of Professionals
In order to meet the entire range of services that small business owners need, I have partnered with MidMarket Place to maximize the value of your business. Depending upon your company, you may be able to arrange some of these services on a contingency basis - see Value Based Fee Arrangement.
Why is this Important?
By focusing on value and not the bottom line, you are paving the way for not only increasing your own personal wealth, but also for those who have a stake in your business now and in the future. This long-term strategic view of value (as opposed to being pre-occupied with traditional financial information) is what distinguishes those businesses that incrementally increase their value (what the business is worth).
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