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Manufacturers understand the critical importance of cash flows and margins. Yet, the majority of business owners don’t do enough to protect working capital, which is the combination of accounts receivable, accounts payable and inventory. According to a Crowe Horwath LLP study, 82% of U.S. manufacturing and distribution companies believe optimizing working capital is “extremely important”…

Dominick Wallace of Wallace Capital Funding, LLC is a member of XPX Atlanta

Loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration can help businesses “start, build, and grow” but can they also be used to cash out? If you are a small business owner, chances are you have heard of SBA loans. If you haven’t, SBA loans are a means of funding for small businesses through the U.S.’s Small Business Administration….

Cheryl Centeno of XPX Global is a member of XPX

Program produced by XPX Charlotte. This is the 2nd of 5 programs focusing on strategies to improve the value of business enterprises prior to a planned exit, and the 7th in our case study series. Business value is predicated largely on expectations for future cash flow, and effective expense management is a major contributor to…

Marc Kramer of Stress Free Family Business is a member of XPX Philadelphia

Date: March 10, 2022 (Thursday) Start Time: 12 p.m. Eastern Standard Time End Time: 1 p.m. Eastern Standard Time Platform: Zoom Questions: Chat Link for free ticket: Crypto King For a moment late in 2018, one bitcoin, which physically amounts to a few electrons blipping on a tiny bit of silicon, was worth $20,000—the same as a pound of gold….

Bill McDermott of The Profitability Coach is a member of XPX Atlanta

Every business owner dreams of a business with lots of cash and positive cash flow. With this type of business, the owner can reinvest in the business, take distributions, and pay off debt. The options are endless. The problem is, most business owners don’t know which levers to pull in their business to increase cash. They…

Dominick Wallace of Wallace Capital Funding, LLC is a member of XPX Atlanta

A valuable asset with guaranteed income without paying a dime After reading the headline, you might be asking yourself — “How can I really afford a million-dollar, multi-family property without paying anything?” With the help of Wallace Capital Funding, LLC, one client was able to make it into a reality. However, he first needed to…

Bill McDermott of The Profitability Coach is a member of XPX Atlanta

Worry about cash flow is one of the top issues that keeps business owners up at night. Cash flow is like oxygen to a business and without it, the business won’t survive. Several years back, I had a client ask me, “If I’ve made $500,000 in profit, why isn’t it in the bank account?” A very good…

Bill McDermott of The Profitability Coach is a member of XPX Atlanta

Cash is like oxygen to a business owner. It’s necessary. The struggle comes when business owners get confused and frustrated trying to manage the cash flow of their business. It shouldn’t be so hard to predict cash collections and then match expenses against that. But when growth happens, receivables go up and cash goes down because revenue lags…

Diane DeCesare of Drucker & Scaccetti is a member of XPX Philadelphia

Tax payment deadlines sneak up fast for most people. Many delay organizing their documents, postpone contacting their tax advisor, and then hope any potential tax balance due will be manageable. With some proactive tax planning you can reduce uncertainty, potentially minimize your tax liability, and better manage the tax cash flow needed to pay your…

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Program produced by XPX Long Island. Long Island Case Study Part 6: Financing Growth and Liquidity his discussion will focus on third-party capital options for Companies exploring liquidity or growth capital. Our panel of experts (Private Equity and Lenders) will focus on what steps a business should—and should not—take to prepare for and attract lending…

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Program produced by XPX Philadelphia. Let’s Get Creative: Options for Financing Deals Between $5-$10M Solutions for funding deals between $5M to $8M are few and far between. These deals exceed the $5M cap for SBA financing and often exceed the maximum amount for a non-collateralized loan. To get a deal done, an acquirer needs more…

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David Shavzin of The Value Track is a member of XPX Atlanta

When do I start my exit planning and how much is my company worth? We have gotten these questions for decades, especially from Baby Boomers. Sometimes it comes across casually: “So what do you think, should I start my exit plan 2 years ahead, maybe 3 years ahead?” They often ask knowing the answer. They are trying…

Maria Forbes of FIREPOWER Business Catalyst, LLC. is a member of XPX Atlanta

When a valuable employee tells you that they’ve received a job offer from another company, making a counteroffer may seem like a no-brainer.  But before you do, consider these potential downsides. If you are throwing money at jobs, think twice. Owners that have not paid attention to employee compensation on an annual basis will now…

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Paul Cronin of True North Advisors Group, LLC is a member of XPX Greater Boston

Many business owners wonder, “What will I do after I sell my business?” While most envision travel, or golf, etc., many fail to understand that they will likely have to stay on board for months or even a couple years to transition the business to the new owners. This period can be hard for many…

Maria Forbes of FIREPOWER Business Catalyst, LLC. is a member of XPX Atlanta

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