In business, it is often said that numbers tell stories! When you want to read the story of a business, you turn to the financial statements to find descriptive and factual information. Whether you are a one person start up or a large corporation, a financial statement is the tool that measures the execution of your business plan and objectives…. and ultimately how you grow the business. In Financial Statement 101, we will look at the most commonly used statements, break down the various reporting parts, and explain how to use them. We will also look at ways to develop statements that deliver timely, accurate and meaningful information. As important, we will discuss how others may use the financial statements to understand the state and/or growth of your business. How compelling is your business story?
Space is limited. Only 20 seats are available on a first come, first serve basis.
Williams Humphreys & Company, LLC
- What statements should a business use on a consistent basis?
- How do you use/read them?
- Profit & Loss
- Balance Sheet review
Williams Humphreys and Company
Tim Humphreys Biography:
Founding member of Williams Humphreys & Company and Results Oriented Individuals and has more than 25 years of executive level business consulting experience. He works directly with business owners and employees on strategic planning, operational analysis, organizational development, team building, and other business enhancement issues. Tim delivers a personalized, consultative approach by adding proven value through creative solutions for his clients.
Eric MacCollum Biography:
With more than 15 years of both public and private accounting experience, Eric focuses on helping closely held businesses with their accounting and tax needs. As a solution driven advisor, he looks to capture business data so it can be used as a tool to help clients grow their business and maximize earnings.
11:30 to 11:45 a.m. - Lunch
11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. - Discussion
1:15 to 1:30 p.m. - Wrap-up
Lunch is included and will be provided by