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Fall Is Coming – THINK AHEAD!

The biggest concern is the double whammy of COVID hitting in the Fall along with Influenza season. They don’t know how these two will play together in the population. Will the second wave of COVID combined with the flu close us down even harder?

Facts and Fears: The Financial Storm Ahead

As a business owner, I wanted to warn others of the potential danger while preaching caution and cash retention. Experience through numerous downturns taught me the bottom would fall out of the economy because I believed the claims of a solid economy were...

Disaster Recovery in a Financial Meltdown

Even for those of us that were sounding economic alarm bells over the past couple of years, no one expected anything quite like the devastation from the COVID-19 global pandemic. Here are my general financial disaster recovery recommendations to all...

Catastrophic Events and Access to Capital

Hindsight is always 20/20 and unfortunately, we can’t turn the clock back to prepare for these things. Finding access to capital in the midst of a catastrophic events is difficult but not impossible. Here’s a summary of your restaurant's options...

Is Expansion The Best Choice For Your Business?

I went from 1 successful restaurant to more than a dozen. The great part about the graduate education I received was that I learned a lot about what to do or not to do when deciding on expansion.

Fun Facts About Taxes (Now That You’re Done)

The deadline for submitting your taxes has passed. Hopefully, you're finished! No matter how things netted out for you, we can agree that one of the most costly, contested and ridiculous versions of Kabuki theater on the planet has just gotten crazier.

Variable Costs, Fixed Costs and Annual Opportunities

As every new year begins, many small business owners are faced with very important decisions and variable costs which will affect them financially throughout the entire year.

Know Your Lender – The Grinch Is Out There!

The first thing I have always told, and continue to tell, small business or restaurant owners seeking financing is to do your research on ANY lender you are considering.