Recent Interviews: Cash Flow - Accounting - Taxes
The evolution of the credit market has affected both personal and business credit. Dr. Michael Grayson joins Jim Blasingame to reveal tips on why and how to keep business and personal credit activity separate.
Have you checked your personal credit rating lately? Michael Grayson joins Jim Blasingame to reveal several tips on how to check, protect and restore your personal credit rating.
Cash may be king in the short-term, but profit is required for sustainability. Ruth King joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how small businesses can convert their operating focus from only on cash to a healthy and sustainable balance with profit.
Are you tracking the profitability of your marketing plan? Ruth King joins Jim Blasingame to reveal tips and best practices on how to evaluate your marketing for profitability, including differentiating from traditional and digital.
You can't track sales based only on cash flow. Ruth King joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why all sales activity, including customers, must be measured by profitability, not just for cash flow.
Is your business ready for an emergency interruption? Jim Blasingame reveals three key areas of focus in order for small businesses to prepare for an emergency operating interruption.
How long will Social Security last as currently structured? John Harrison joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that as currently structured, Social Security will pay current benefits for about 20 more years.
You can estimate Social Security benefits. John Harrison joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how to use any number of calculators to estimate your social security benefits upon retirement, including the one at SSA.gov.
How would you like to adjust your future Social Security benefits. John Harrison joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that prior to retirement, you can do certain things to increase your Social Security benefits, including allocation of personal income.
How much cash are you wasting on a bad energy strategy? Steve Millard joins Jim Blasingame to explain how his chamber is working with their small business members to find ways to reduce energy costs and increase productivity.