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Welcome To Business Balance Sheet
Business Balance Sheet exists to serve the small to medium business segment: $2M to $50M. We support business founders, business owners and the people charged with running the business.
We are here to help you build a business ownership system. Not to run the business, but to own the business. We’ll guide you so that you can choose the way you engage with your business and let you focus on the parts you love.
If you want to learn the financials in a user friendly way or begin the transition of your business to a more you-friendly approach then click below to start the journey.
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The professionals have made the financials seem hard and scary. They don’t have to be. This book will guide you through the basics from a business perspective not the gobbledygook from an accountant perspective. Learn the financials and it will start the journey to the next level
If you want to really gain an insight in to the state of your business then we recommend undertaking a financial diagnostic.
This involves providing us a copy of your financial statements for the last 3-5 years. To get the most value from this diagnostic, the financial statements should include the following:
1. Income Statement (Profit/Loss Statement) 2. Balance Sheet 3. Cashflow Statement
Founder To Owner
This is a COMPLIMENTARY analysis of your business performance and provide some quick insight in to the likely sources of funding capital to grow your company.