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SPEC Talk Radio – Time and Money Savings for Small Companies

July 27th, 2008 · 1 Comment

SPEC Talk Radio continues with showcasing interesting entrepreneurs raising capital and key service providers who help companies succeed. Part 1: Ken Burnt, of Accountabilities – will discuss how he helps entrepreneurs succeed and in managing cashflow, reporting, and growth issues like payroll.   Ken shares insight in the importance of financial statements for knowing how your business is doing…an internal check; And when seeking investor capital or working capital loans and bad credit loans without a guarantor.  Financial statements are a litmus tests the capital providers use to assess your sophistication and capability in managing your business and your cash flow.    Most entrepreneurs worry about juggling at what point the should take workers from 1099 to W2.  There are additional costs associated with payroll for W2 employees…most of which are soft dollar with paperwork and management of the information for the government.   Ken has a program that cost effectively outsources this for the small business owner.   The best part of this podcast is that Ken has a lively history as an entrepreneur, selling his first business at a profit at the age of 16!   He retired for the first time at 23!     His firm is Accountabilities and Perimeter Wealth Management Group in Atlanta GA and can be reached at 678-924-1600

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  • 1 ebsblog // Jul 28, 2008 at 12:27 am

    Ken and Karen were entertaining in talking about Ken’s experience as a serial entrepreneur. He sounds like he really understands the trials and tribulations of a small business owner.

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