Special Thanks to the Exclusive Sponsor of Our 2020 Workshop Program!


Wednesday, January 22, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM MST
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Kaplan Real Estate Education
8205 Spain Rd., NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109

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Simple Steps to Improving Business Cash Flow
Local workshop with Catherine Tardy

Insufficient cash reserves?  Unable to pay all bills on time? Unable to grow the business?  All are symptoms of poor cash flow.  

Many small business owners do not have a cash flow plan and are not aware of all the cash flow strategies to help their business thrive.

In this SCORE workshop, business owners and entreprenerus will learn the best ways to manage and improve cash flow so you and your business are well positioned to take the next step. We'll cover the basics of cash flow and then dive deeper into:

  • Methods to improve cash flow
  • Key requirements of cash flow
  • Forecasting and planning cash flow
  • Managing an even cash flow

Cost:  $29.95

Presenter Catherine Tardy, MBA, CPA, CVA, CGMA, is the founding partner and president of Tardy & Co., P.C. She holds a BS from the University of llinois at Urbana-Champaign and an MBA in Tax Accounting from the University of New Mexico. Over her three decade career, Ms. Tardy has worked with a variety of industries while focusing her efforts on providing tax planning, consulting and valuation services to small businesses and individuals who own and operate them.

   Thank You to This 2020 Facilities Sponsor!


SCORE Albuquerque helps small businesses grow from start-up through maturity by providing lifelong learning opportunities for business owners.  Clients develop their own path to small business success by accessing one-on-one mentoring, workshops, Q&A sessions, Business Owners Councils, and a national network of resources -- all at no- or low-cost.  Our team of experienced entrepreneurs, business owners, corporate executives and managers are trained, certified mentors who help clients gain clarity to take the next step. SCORE is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. In New Mexico, SCORE also has chapters in Santa Fe and Las Cruces.