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LCT Show Spotlight: Watch Your Money

Posted on February 13, 2019

(l to r) Anne and Brain Daniells
(l to r) Anne and Brain Daniells

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Running a business properly means keeping an eye on your cash flow. What's the point of all the stress if you're not making a profit? Two presenters will ensure your company is staying on the right track with their presentation titled Financial Power Reporting, held Tuesday, March 26 from 8:45 a.m. to 9:50 am.

In order to keep a business in good financial health, you have to think about what your future plans for it are. Will a family member eventually take it over? Or are you looking to sell it when you’re ready to retire? Whether you plan to build your business and need capital infusion, or you plan to sell as soon as possible, your financial statements will be the key to your success. A banker, buyer, and succession planner will each read your story differently. Presenters Anne and Brian Daniells will help guide you on what to focus on in your financial reporting in order to meet your personal goals.

Anne says it’s all about the bottom line. “Nothing is more important than having information to navigate through market waters. We know how tough it is to run a business in this industry. By coming to this session, we hope attendees will be able to define long-term targets and set up financial reporting appropriately to meet those targets whether it’s selling, expanding, or preserving a lifestyle.”

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