The financial author explains the rami fications of abdicating financial responsibility for your company
Published: 01.01.23 By Ruth King
Tease: Utilize both monthly trailing data and P&L data when analyzing the profitability of your business
Published: 09.01.22 By Ruth King
Tease: Ultra-wealthy families with long-term legacy objectives should establish a family constitution
Published: 09.01.22 By Keven Prather
Ruth King concludes the Stupid Mistakes Series with this final installment, Don’t Make These Mistakes This Fall
Published: 08.18.22 By Ruth King
Let’s make sure neither you nor your team members, both in the office or on the road, make these mistakes. And I am quite sure, once they are revealed, you …
Published: 06.27.22 By Ruth King
When pricing maintenance plans for additional home heating and cooling systems, you should know as a business owner, it is not merely about cutting your maintenance price for the first …
Published: 04.01.22 By Ruth King
The goal on performing maintenance should be to net a profit, but at the very least you should never lose money. Contractors often have the misconception that you can lose …
Published: 03.01.22 By Ruth King
Pricing Using Net Profit Per Hour Gives You Ultimate Flexibility
Published: 01.29.22 By Ruth King
A consistent gross margin means that your profit and loss (P&L) statement is probably accurate (unless you discover overhead mistakes).
Published: 06.07.21 By Ruth King
Continuous profits, turned into continuous cash, give your company the best chance for survival and building wealth.
Published: 04.01.21 By Ruth King
Your company’s current ratio should be monitored monthly. It should always be greater than one. It should be constant or trending upward.
Published: 03.08.21 By Ruth King