The Business Owner's Guide to MONEY
What you'll learn
- How to protect yourself and your business from the unexpected
- How to find outside funding for your business
- How to reduce and control your business taxes
- Planning for the future of your business can help you today
- 3 must-have Business Reports
- Workplace Retirement Plans
- Special Non-Qualified Plans
- Retirement Income Planning for Business Owners
- No requirements for taking this course
As a business owner, you have a unique challenge that you have to face every day: Responsibility for the healthy finances of both your business and your personal life. The fact is, your business and personal financial lives are tied together in many ways. Having a strategy that balances your business and personal finances can make the most of both, and it can lead to the kind of retirement you dream of.
In this simple and comprehensive course, longtime financial specialist and author Ryan P Urban helps owners of small and mid sized businesses gain control of their business and personal finances. Whether you're just getting started or an established business owner, Ryan provides a clear and concise roadmap for your business and personal financial success. You'll also receive an e-version of Ryan's book "The Business Owner's Guide to Money".
Topics include analyzing and choosing the right insurance strategies, how to navigate the maze of business funding options, how to minimize your exposure to taxation, how to make your business thrive today while planning for the future, three must-have business reports and how to use them, workplace retirement plans, special non-qualified financial plans, and a complete explanation of retirement income planning.
Who this course is for:
- Current and prospective small & mid-sized business owners
Ryan P Urban is a 22 year financial advisor, recently retired. He's the author of "The Business Owner's Guide to Money", and has written for several business publications on finance and management.
Along the way, Ryan has worked with several business owners to maximize their bottom line while they owned the business, and to maximize their net profit when they sold it.