How to Read Your Financial Statements
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How to Read Financial Statements

If you do not know your costs and cannot measure the profitability of your business, how do you know if you are making any money?
Brought to you by the Kilgore College SBDC and Kilgore EDC

Wednesday, April 10 
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
 
Synergy Park Training Facility,

1001 Synergy Blvd., Kilgore
 
$239 - Includes lunch provided by KEDC; CEU credit and Kilgore College CE Certificate
 
Dr.Ron Ron Collier - Collier Consulting Group, President
Dr. Collier received his Ph.D. in instructional development from Purdue University.After 15 years as a business educator and consultant, he became training coordinator for a major manufacturer of heating and air conditioning equipment and continued in that position for over seven years. During his tenure with the company, Ron was instrumental in the development of workshops, mini-courses and videotapes in the areas of business development and financial management, helping over 4000 contractors develop profitable and successful businesses. In 1991, Dr. Collier established the Collier Consulting Group, becoming a business consultant to businesses all over the United States. His group of professionals provides business development instruction, accounting services, individual consulting, specific software including new flat rate pricing software, and a catalog of business products for all sizes of businesses. 

 To register by credit card, call the KCSBDC (903) 757-5857 / (800) 338-7232.

 

To register by check, print registration form here!

 

It will be an exciting day for both you and your business.  Join us!!  Seating is limited and early registration highly recommended.  


Bring your current profit/loss and balance sheets or use one of our in class examples to see what is important on these monthly documents. 

The Profit/Loss shows the relationships between sales revenue and costs of the revenue which leads to profitability. 

The Balance Sheet shows if your business is increasing or decreasing in value in case you want to sell your business in the future.

We will discuss what banks want to see to give you loans, financial ratios to guide you monthly, tools for increasing revenue and profit, cost reduction strategies, and much more. 

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