Category Archives: Guest authors


Ask Angie: Tax planning

Guest post by Angie Morris, CPA, Hawkins Cloward and Simister A customer asked: “When I was a business owner, my CPA and I would wait until the books were closed at the end of December, then look at the profits. … Continue reading

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You may not be prison-bound, but that doesn’t mean you aren’t breaking the law

Ways you might be infringing on copyrights and how you can avoid it  Guest post by John Rees, Attorney, Callister Nebeker & McCullough Under federal copyright law, anyone who willfully infringes a copyright in certain ways will be subject to … Continue reading

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Employee Competencies Drive Operational, Customer, and Financial Success

Guest post by Richard H. Tyson, CEObuilder Guest blogger Tyson is starting a series here about open book management. Make sure you check back for additional articles! The reader of my last several articles may well wonder how far I … Continue reading

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Optimizing Your Cash Flow Using Open-Book Management

Guest post by Richard H. Tyson, CEObuilder Guest blogger Tyson is starting a series here about open book management. Make sure you check back for additional articles! My last several articles have dealt with open-book management, a process in which … Continue reading

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How Much is Credit-Card Debt Costing You?

Guest post by Katie Bryan, America Saves Credit-card debt – it’s something that hangs over many Americans. According to the Federal Reserve, in April 2013 the average credit card debt equaled $3,364 per U.S. adult. This assumes that EVERY adult … Continue reading

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Optimizing Your Cash Flow Using Open-Book Management

Guest post by Richard H. Tyson, CEObuilder Guest blogger Tyson is starting a series here about open book management. Make sure you check back for additional articles! My past two articles stressed the advantages of open-book management. In the first, … Continue reading

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Training Skills Series: Training others to conduct training

Guest post by Ken Burnett, VP/ Director of Training and Business Development, Bank of American Fork This series is written from experience and is part of Bank of American Fork’s training program. The program embraces the philosophy that training is … Continue reading

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Open-Book Management and the Income Statement

Guest post by Richard H. Tyson, CEObuilder Guest blogger Tyson is starting a series here about open book management. Make sure you check back for additional articles! In my last article, I shared the merits of adopting open-book management. As … Continue reading

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Improve your business credit score to secure financing

Guest post by Richard Gray You’ve probably had your personal credit affect your ability to obtain credit—whether it helped or hindered—but have you spent much time considering your business credit score? You might know some principles for getting and keeping … Continue reading

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Six keys to an effective strategic process

Guest post by Richard H. Tyson, President, CEObuilder One of the most fundamental challenges in business is how to convert vision and strategy into reality. This is the essence of change management, and it is where every business owner or … Continue reading

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