Join author and international speaker Greg Crabtree for a fresh and informative take on year-end planning, in the form of a free online webinar on Wednesday, November 28th, at 10am PST.
Many businesses become too tax-focused in their year-end planning. This webinar will teach you a new planning approach to focus on profits and cash flow, then taxes. Key elements to be discussed are:
1. Labor efficiency is the key to profitability – Are your employees working with the right tools?
2. Capital Equipment upgrades – Buying new equipment is not always about taking Section 179 depreciation. Learn when taking the expensing election is a benefit or a trap.
3. Finance or pay cash for system upgrades? – I am not a fan of debt, but it can make sense when the payment matches the useful life of the equipment.
4. Avoid tax strategies that suck cash needed for upgrades – Making maximum retirement planning contributions sounds good until you see how much cash it takes out of your business. Keeping your business healthy may be your best choice for retirement!
We hope you can (virtually) attend. Click here to register.
About Greg Crabtree
Greg Crabtree is a speaker, author, entrepreneur and financial expert. After spending five years in regional accounting and three years as Vice President of operations/controller for a local bank, Crabtree used his entrepreneurial skills to develop Crabtree, Rowe & Berger, PC, a CPA firm dedicated to helping entrepreneurs build the economic engine of their business. In addition to serving as the firm’s CEO, Crabtree leads the business consulting team—helping clients align their financial goals with their profit model and their core business values.
In 2011, Crabtree published his first book “Simple Numbers, Straight Talk, Big Profits” where he shares his core principles of how to turn your business into a wealth building engine.
Crabtree’s community service includes Boys and Girls Clubs of America National Area Council Member, Entrepreneurs’ Organization Global Board (2006 to 2009), ALS Association of Alabama, Boys and Girls Clubs of North Alabama, Atlanta chapter of The Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) past board member. Crabtree is a frequent speaker at EO Chapter events, EO’s Accelerator Money Day program and the U.S. State Department’s New Beginnings program for international entrepreneurs.
Greg and his wife Debbie have four children. Greg is an avid golfer and enjoys playing historic golf courses whenever his travel plans permit.