From taking advantage of savings and investment resources to maximizing and stabilizing earnings across business cycles, companies can leverage unused cash to maximize earnings and create a strategy for short‐term needs and long‐term growth objectives.
Take heed of these suggestions to keep your finances protected before, during and after vacation.
The power of dividend growth is perhaps the most easily understood yet most under-appreciated feature of equity investing. It has profound implications for people who are considering their asset allocation for retirement.
For more than a decade, sell-side financial accounting due diligence has become increasingly common in transactions within the U.S. — a trend that has been prevalent for many years in Europe.
Many of Colorado’s most successful business people run small, closely-held businesses, which often include family members. These relationships can become very complicated in a divorce where love flies out the door.
You may have heard the term "stock buybacks" in the news recently and most of the discussion about buybacks is negative.
The story of personal finance can be summarized in four words: Most wounds are self-inflicted. One of the worst sins is trying to time the market.
With tax season in full swing, Americans across the country are hunkering down among piles of records and receipts to settle the score with Uncle Sam.
Business owners are often caught in a seemingly never-ending cycle of decisions to make and things that need to get done.
Most companies tout overall sales and net revenue to showcase their success. But if you really want to know the health and sustainability of a business, look at the cash flow — the real-time reflection of money coming in and going out.
What makes Denver a great place for small business? According a recent Paydex market report, the Mile High City remains one of the top four metro areas in the country for creating jobs.
What does 2019 hold for Colorado businesses and the economy? Rick Pederson, Chief Strategy Officer at Denver’s Bow River Capital Partners, believes the state’s economy will continue to grow and that a mild recession is still a few years off.