Managing Your Small Business Finances


December 14


06:00 pm - 08:00 pm

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Vermont Slauson Economic Development Corporation - VSEDC

Managing Your Small Business Finances

Managing your day to day finances can be challenging. If you are wondering how to manage your finances effectively, this webinar is for you.

Participants will learn:

· How to stay focused on the business

· Research options

· The importance of creating an action plan

· Institute governance and regular review

· Maintaining company credit

· Exploring additional resources

Richard Stern, Founder, 4J Financial Management, Inc.

Based in Los Angeles, California, Richard has worked in, and consulted for corporations for over 30 years. His clients are in all stages of business development and located throughout the United States. Richard is gifted in analyzing the dynamics of an individual company; working closely with the ownership group and senior managers on audit techniques, in order to create methodologies for company expansion and problem solving.

Richard’s services include, but are not limited to, the creation and implementation of Business, Operations, and Financial Planning and Budgets. While working with clients, he creates and incorporates Sales, Marketing and Production Plans, and where needed provides assistance with Trademark, Licensing and Royalty negotiations.

In addition to providing these services to his clients, Richard has served at the Valley Economic Development Center for more than 25 years. Richard has a Master’s of Science Degree from California State University Long Beach and a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration. Furthermore, Richard introduced the apparel industry to UCLA. As a UCLA Extension Teacher of the Year, Richard created and taught classes in the area of Apparel and Accessory Manufacturing for industry owners and senior managers for 20 years.

“Success in business happens when you merge the creative side and business side together, creating magic.” Richard Stern

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