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Presenter: Tom Shay
You may get all the proper forms and taxes completed on time. You probably have never had your business audited with regard to any of the forms or tax returns you have submitted. Yet, there are many things that you should know about the accounting aspect of your business. Your accountant may know most of them, but to make sure, both of you have to be 'on the same page'. This session will share 11 key aspects of financial management that you should be aware of.
1. Identify items that most people leave to their attorney or accountant; items that need your input
2. Recognize that your accountant knows you are not knowledgeable about your own business financials
3. Determine why sales growth can give cause for more concern than celebration
4. Realize many items are open for discussion on your financial statements; they are not “written in stone.”