Good business practices

  • Listen to and provide for your customers.
  • You are not really selling products or services; you are selling customer satisfaction. Satisfied customers are repeat customers and are likely to refer new clients to you. It costs ten times as much to acquire a new customer than it does to retain a current customer. Be open new ideas that can improve your business.
  • The competent manager will research and gather information to assist in making the decisions and changes necessary to stay profitable in a competitive world. Stay within your budget
  • Every business should operate from a budget. Use last year's financial reports serve as an excellent guide to setting this year's budget. Research Community Needs
  • Be sure the community can support your business.
  • Some areas are not large enough to warrant certain specialty shops. A gift shop, may take a population base of 50,000 people to make it profitable A super market can be profitable in a town of only a few thousand. Put yourself in the right place at the right time!

  • Certified Public Accountants (CPA's), Forensic Accountants, and Non-Profit Specialist
  • Attorneys, Business Lawyers, Trust and Estate Lawyers, and Tax Attorneys
  • Insurance Specialist, Busines, Sucession Planning, Health Insurance Group and Individual Plans
  • Certified Financial Planners (CFP's)