There are different reasons why business owners decide to build a business.  Some do it for their family legacy.  Some do it for the potential of a big cash out down the road.   Some just…

In the first year of a start up operation, there is a great focus of energy from the new business owner on client acquisition. Gaining new customers opens the floodgates for the generations of revenue…

It’s always exciting to think about the idea of having your own new start up. You hear about stories where entrepreneurs started with just $300 and a cardboard box and then turned their business into…

After an owner makes heads or tails at the end of the year, they will usually determine whether or not money is left behind for setting up some sort of long term retirement plan within…

Most people daydream about the idea of running their own business.  The freedom to have no boss, set your work hours, and control your own financial destiny.  However, running your own business doesn’t come without…

When business owners set up an S Corporation and creates a business entity, it is usually an accountant or bookkeeper (or both) that crank out the profit and loss statements for an S Corporation owner.  …

You have spent 15, 20, or even 30 years building up a business that you plan to pass on to your family.   Now, most of your time is spent laying out your future travel schedule,…

One of the questions I will ask a business owner in my interview process is “Do you have a business will?”  By this line of questioning, I am simply asking what happens to the business…

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Considered as a credible real estate expert and consumer advocate, Rhonda has been interviewed and published in hundreds of articles. She has been in the Wall Street Journal at least 20 times, on CNN, CNBC, on 4 major news channels, on Clark Howard’s Prime Time Real Estate special, quoted on MarketWatch and many, many publications. Continue reading