Know Your Numbers: Business Finance

Class Details

Duration

8 Weeks

Format

Online Training

Regular Fee

$200

Language

In English

Class Dates

Spring 2023, dates TBA

Class Schedule

TBA

Increase your confidence with a deeper understanding of your small business finances.

Looking at business finances in simple and plain terms helps you understand what your numbers mean and builds your confidence in business decision-making. You’ll also examine your money mindset and how to improve it, making tasks like writing a business budget and cash flow projection feel empowering instead of painful.

Ditch the fear of numbers with simple and practical tools.

You don’t have to be an accountant to understand the basics of business finance. With the right guidance, everyone can understand small business financials. This course walks you through the necessary steps to learn the most important concepts in a way that feels accessible and relevant.

Use your business finances to create an actionable plan to move your business forward.

Once you have a better understanding of your business financials, you will be able to create a strategic plan to move forward as a small business owner. By creating both short- and long-term financial goals, you will leave the class with a plan you can feel confident implementing… and sticking to.

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"To reach your desired financial destination, you need checkpoints along the way to ensure you're headed in the right direction. Know Your Numbers helps you understand those checkpoints."

Marly Dalmau, Know Your Numbers Instructor

What people are saying…

Diana

Clarity on Tax Payments

Having to create a cash flow statement for myself really helped me understand what estimated tax payments needed to be. I’m happy to have clarity on my tax situation!

Nancy

Re-Engaged with Finances

Helped to re-engage me in my finances and make more concrete plans to scale up my business and pay attention to my numbers.

Kelly

Camaraderie

I enjoyed the discussions and camaraderie. The biggest benefit was having the cash flow forecast done, understood, and something I can keep and use going forward.