12 Steps to Success for the small business owner! View the webinar by clicking below! (1 hour 15 minutes)
Now is the time to plan for next year! See how
As times change we adapt! Although we still allow clients to receive on-site consulting The Fremont Group has "re-tooled" and now offers all services via Zoom Video Conferencing. The benefits of the change are obvious--clients save thousands of dollars! There are certainly times when on-site work is more beneficial and for those times our Success Partners will still travel to your site, however if that benefit does not justify the additional investment everyone wins. Call and discuss our new pricing and take advantage of your savings.
The Fremont Group offers our proprietary webinar series following the Six Responsibilities of the small business owner. Each two month block is devoted to one of the responsibilities as detailed in "Minding My Own Business" written by our Executive Director, Dirk Dieters. Mr. Dieters is also the presenter for each. Each block starts off with clients invited to watch the live webinar on the topic. It is then posted to our Patreon Site for patrons. Then each week an additional post or webinar examining a detailed aspect of the issue is posted on our Patreon Site. All posts become available to our patrons--take a look! www.patreon.com/TheFremontGroup
TFG provides QuickBooks accounting and now has expanded the service to include a proprietary Six-Week Cash Flow Forecasting System and when tied to consulting with your Success Partner, the production of Budget Analysis and tracking of Key Profit Indicators. The packages are guaranteed to save you money versus in-house book keeping.
Is your Accounting ALWAYS accurate and up-to-date?
Are you getting the financial information you need to make good decisions?
Are key profit variables being tracked?
Are there disruptions for vacations, turnover or illness?
Do you have a back up person?
Does someone double-check their work?
Do you get a Six-Week Cash Flow Forecast every week?
Do you have to spend your time doing bookkeeping instead of running the company?
Are you paying too much in taxes?
Have you had theft from your accounts? (Are you sure?)
Are you paying the costs of a full-time employee?
Do you have a weekly financial review?