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Wednesday, April 2, 2014

8:00 AM  - 5:00 PM

Thursday, April 3, 2014

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Hills Bank and Trust Company 
590 W. Forevergreen Rd
North Liberty, IA 52317

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Carrie Ebel 
Hills Bank and Trust Company 

Managing the Closely Held Business 

Featuring Kyle Enger, BBI Financial

Back by popular demand! Learn how to proactively control the finances of your company through business tested financial management techniques and maximize profits through more informed decision-making.

Why You Should Attend

Businesses face tough challenges and unique opportunities. The financial success or failure of a business lies in its owner's ability to manage through the challenges and capitalize on the opportunities.

This two-day seminar explains in simple, clear language what financial management is and why it can greatly improve your profitability. We guarantee that you will walk away with tangible tools that you can put to use immediately in your own company.

Seminar Outline

Various topics will be discussed including: business owner transition, business life cycle, when companies hit the wall, analysis of financial statements, ratio analysis, financial impact, financial cause and effect, projected income statement, projected cash budget, understanding cash flow, cash flow versus net profit, predicting financial needs, sustainable growth rate, asset financing, structuring debt, valuation methods, increasing transferable value, preparing for sale and much more!


Classes are limited to 50 participants to allow for individual attention and discussion of specific cases.

Seminar Fee - Money Back Guarantee

The seminar fee for this program is $150.00 per person. This fee includes text, workbook, seminar materials, continental breakfasts and two lunches. If you feel you did not receive value from the seminar, we will refund your seminar fee.

Tax Deduction & Education Credits

All expenses for continuing education (including registration fees, travel and other related expenses) undertaken to maintain and improve professional skills are tax deductible. This seminar is eligible for 16 hours of continuing education credits.