Don't Go Broke! Learning to use financial statements for forecasting and measuring long term success.
Name:Don't Go Broke! Learning to use financial statements for forecasting and measuring long term success.
Date:November 21, 2019
Time:8:00 AM - 9:30 AM MST
Don’t Go Broke! Learning to use financial statements for forecasting and measuring for long term success!
Are you used to thinking of your business cash flow as the flow of money into and out of your bank account? Do you scramble at year-end to enter transactions into your accounting system, or possibly bring the folder (or shoe box) full of receipts to your accountant? Do the accounting reports provided to you get filed away along with your tax returns, never to be seen again
Join us for coffee and learn how to use financial statements to improve your business!
Learn the crucial difference between profit and loss statements and your business’ cash flow and why your cash flow is so much more important on a month-to-month basis.
Learn how a lender will look at your business if you need to borrow money for inventory, staff, or expansion.
Learn how to separate out the different parts of your business to discover which ones are earning most of your profit, and which ones… aren’t.
Learn if expanding all or a part of your business will earn you more than what it costs to expand.
Plenty of time for Q & A – come prepared to discuss your business!
Our Expert Speaker: Jason Jacksack is a bilingual Spanish-speaking business consultant who works for a not-for-profit lender. He has experience founding/co-founding and leading two Colorado startup firms for over 10 years, combined with more than 20 years of operational and financial leadership experience earned while employed at Fortune 500 firms, large and mid-sized corporations, and in state and Federal government. His expertise encompasses retail, real estate (commercial and residential), financial services, insurance, manufacturing, education (for-profit and not-for-profit), energy, medical and high-tech sectors. He particularly enjoys working through and developing frameworks to address the regulatory, marketing and operational challenges facing small business owners in rapidly changing markets. Jason teaches finance, economics and business management at the University of Colorado at Denver. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in international economics and Spanish from the University of Illinois-Champaign, graduating with distinction, and an MBA with a finance concentration from the University of Chicago. Jason’s family has worked in entrepreneurial ventures for decades so he appreciates and enjoys working with the many passionate entrepreneurs that he coaches as a business consultant.