What are typical company goals? Almost all companies will say:
and Increase Net Income
These two goals are universally mentioned as the typical company goals.
One hundred percent of companies have a revenue goal. Most have a net income goal that is usually only […] Read more
Monthly financial statements without a cash flow statement are not as effective. The standard cash flow statement will show the increases and decreases in cash of key metrics but only on a monthly snapshot basis.
Cash flow rolling historical and future projections can be a critically important tools […] Read more
Management Team: Tribal Knowledge vs. Systems
They are important as long as we go to the next step which is Scalable. Scalable means you can take your system and it can be duplicated in other cities or other areas. You’ve got a system […] Read more
Dale Richards spoke to a group of executives near Niagara Falls, in Hamilton, Canada. They commented on things they learned from the Presentation Section on Valuation Principles.
A. “Get YOUR correct Present Value Factor (PFF) or Cost of Capital (CofC) otherwise you can make LARGE […] Read more