Assisting Clients in
Long Beach and the Gateway Cities
562.938.5100
hosted by: LBCC SBDC
Loading Events

Past Events › Finance

Events Search and Views Navigation

Event Views Navigation

July 2023

Business Finance Literacy Series [Session 2 of 3] Using An Excel Document For Financial Modeling And Forecasting

Jul 20, 2023 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Free

A simple Excel financial model can be created using your company’s financial data (historical and/or forecasted).              CFOs and financial analysts use Excel models to determine if/when a company will be profitable, what is the correct selling price, how many “widgets” need to be sold to be cover cost, and how much money is available to pay expenses.              Financial models are used for start-ups and for on-going analysis to make sure the company is operating…

Find out more »

Business Finance Literacy Series [Session 3 of 3] How To Analyze Your Company’s Financials For Better Decision Making

Jul 25, 2023 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Free

Business owners struggle with business decisions that affect the financial health of the company. Are we selling at the right price? Are we making money? Can we afford to hire someone? Many times, these decisions are made without a thorough understanding of the financial implications.  This does not need to be the case. There are simple mathematical calculations that can be used to answer key business questions. Performance Measurements are simple mathematical calculations that can be used to monitor sales,…

Find out more »

August 2023

Business Finance Literacy Series [Session 1 of 3] What You Need To Know About Accounting And Financial Record Keeping

Aug 15, 2023 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Free

How to handle the accounting and financial record keeping is one of the most difficult decisions company owners make. They ask questions such as: Should we use Quickbooks online, Quickbooks desktop or some other program? What records do we need to keep for tax reporting? Should we hire someone to do our bookkeeping? What is the difference between a bookkeeper, accountant and CPA? How do we know we are hiring the right person?      Unfortunately, too many small business owners…

Find out more »

Business Finance Literacy Series [Session 2 of 3] Using an Excel Document for Financial Modeling and Forecasting

Aug 24, 2023 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Free

A simple Excel financial model can be created using your company's financial data (historical and/or forecasted). CFOs and financial analysts use Excel models to determine if/when a company will be profitable, what is the correct selling price, how many "widgets" need to be sold to be cover cost, and how much money is available to pay expenses. Financial models are used for start-ups and for on-going analysis to make sure the company is operating at an optimal financial performance. This…

Find out more »

Business Finance Literacy Series [Session 3 of 3] How to Analyze your Company’s Financials for Better Decision Making

Aug 29, 2023 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Free

Business owners struggle with business decisions that affect the financial health of the company. Are we selling at the right price? Are we making money? Can we afford to hire someone? Many times, these decisions are made without a thorough understanding of the financial implications.  This does not need to be the case. There are simple mathematical calculations that can be used to answer key business questions. Performance Measurements are simple mathematical calculations that can be used to monitor sales,…

Find out more »

September 2023

Business Finance Literacy Series [Session 1 of 3]  What you need to know about Accounting and Financial Record Keeping  

Sep 14, 2023 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Free

How to handle the accounting and financial record keeping is one of the most difficult decisions company owners make. They ask questions such as: Should we use Quickbooks online, Quickbooks desktop or some other program? What records do we need to keep for tax reporting? Should we hire someone to do our bookkeeping? What is the difference between a bookkeeper, accountant and CPA? How do we know we are hiring the right person?            Unfortunately, too many small business owners…

Find out more »

Business Finance Literacy Series [Session 2 of 3]   Using an Excel Document for Financial Modeling and Forecasting   

Sep 19, 2023 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Free

A simple Excel financial model can be created using your company’s financial data (historical and/or forecasted).                CFOs and financial analysts use Excel models to determine if/when a company will be profitable, what is the correct selling price, how many “widgets” need to be sold to be cover cost, and how much money is available to pay expenses.                Financial models are used for start-ups and for on-going analysis to make sure the company is operating…

Find out more »

Business Finance Literacy Series [Session 3 of 3]: How to Analyze your Company’s Financials for Better Decision Making  

Sep 28, 2023 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Free

Business owners struggle with business decisions that affect the financial health of the company. Are we selling at the right price? Are we making money? Can we afford to hire someone?              Many times, these decisions are made without a thorough understanding of the financial implications.  This does not need to be the case. There are simple mathematical calculations that can be used to answer key business questions.              Performance Measurements are simple mathematical calculations that can be used to…

Find out more »

October 2023

Business Finance Literacy Series [Session 1 of 3] What you need to know about Accounting and Financial Record Keeping

Oct 3, 2023 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Free

How to handle the accounting and financial record keeping is one of the most difficult decisions company owners make. They ask questions such as: Should we use Quickbooks online, Quickbooks desktop or some other program? What records do we need to keep for tax reporting? Should we hire someone to do our bookkeeping? What is the difference between a bookkeeper, accountant and CPA? How do we know we are hiring the right person?   Unfortunately, too many small business owners…

Find out more »

Business Finance Literacy Series [Session 2 of 3]  Using an Excel Document for Financial Modeling and Forecasting

Oct 10, 2023 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Free

A simple Excel financial model can be created using your company's financial data (historical and/or forecasted).   CFOs and financial analysts use Excel models to determine if/when a company will be profitable, what is the correct selling price, how many "widgets" need to be sold to be cover cost, and how much money is available to pay expenses.   Financial models are used for start-ups and for on-going analysis to make sure the company is operating at an optimal financial…

Find out more »

Business Finance Literacy Series [Session 3 of 3]: How to Analyze your Company’s Financials for Better Decision Making

Oct 17, 2023 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Free

Business owners struggle with business decisions that affect the financial health of the company. Are we selling at the right price? Are we making money? Can we afford to hire someone?   Many times, these decisions are made without a thorough understanding of the financial implications.  This does not need to be the case. There are simple mathematical calculations that can be used to answer key business questions.   Performance Measurements are simple mathematical calculations that can be used to…

Find out more »

November 2023

Business Finance Literacy Series [Session 1 of 3] What you need to know about Accounting and Financial Record Keeping 

Nov 7, 2023 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am

How to handle the accounting and financial record keeping is one of the most difficult decisions company owners make. They ask questions such as: Should we use Quickbooks online, Quickbooks desktop or some other program? What records do we need to keep for tax reporting? Should we hire someone to do our bookkeeping? What is the difference between a bookkeeper, accountant and CPA? How do we know we are hiring the right person?          Unfortunately, too many small business owners…

Find out more »

Business Finance Literacy Series [Session 2 of 3] Using an Excel Document for Financial Modeling and Forecasting  

Nov 14, 2023 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am

A simple Excel financial model can be created using your company's financial data (historical and/or forecasted).          CFOs and financial analysts use Excel models to determine if/when a company will be profitable, what is the correct selling price, how many "widgets" need to be sold to be cover cost, and how much money is available to pay expenses.          Financial models are used for start-ups and for on-going analysis to make sure the company is operating at an optimal financial…

Find out more »

Business Finance Literacy Series [Session 3 of 3]: How to Analyze your Company’s Financials for Better Decision Making 

Nov 16, 2023 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am

Business owners struggle with business decisions that affect the financial health of the company. Are we selling at the right price? Are we making money? Can we afford to hire someone?            Many times, these decisions are made without a thorough understanding of the financial implications.  This does not need to be the case. There are simple mathematical calculations that can be used to answer key business questions.            Performance Measurements are simple mathematical calculations that can be used to…

Find out more »

January 2024

Business Finance Literacy Series [Session 1 of 3

Jan 9 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am

What you need to know about Accounting and Financial Record Keeping How to handle the accounting and financial record keeping is one of the most difficult decisions company owners make. They ask questions such as: Should we use Quickbooks online, Quickbooks desktop or some other program? What records do we need to keep for tax reporting? Should we hire someone to do our bookkeeping? What is the difference between a bookkeeper, accountant and CPA? How do we know we are…

Find out more »

Business Finance Literacy Series [Session 2 of 3]

Jan 18 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am

Using an Excel Document for Financial Modeling and Forecasting A simple Excel financial model can be created using your company's financial data (historical and/or forecasted).   CFOs and financial analysts use Excel models to determine if/when a company will be profitable, what is the correct selling price, how many "widgets" need to be sold to be cover cost, and how much money is available to pay expenses.   Financial models are used for start-ups and for on-going analysis to make…

Find out more »

Business Finance Literacy Series [Session 3 of 3]:

Jan 23 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am

How to Analyze your Company's Financials for Better Decision Making Business owners struggle with business decisions that affect the financial health of the company. Are we selling at the right price? Are we making money? Can we afford to hire someone? Many times, these decisions are made without a thorough understanding of the financial implications.  This does not need to be the case. There are simple mathematical calculations that can be used to answer key business questions. Performance Measurements are…

Find out more »

February 2024

Business Finance Literacy Series [Session 1 of 3] What You Need To Know About Accounting And Financial Record Keeping

Feb 8 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Free

How to handle the accounting and financial record keeping is one of the most difficult decisions company owners make. They ask questions such as: Should we use Quickbooks online, Quickbooks desktop or some other program? What records do we need to keep for tax reporting? Should we hire someone to do our bookkeeping? What is the difference between a bookkeeper, accountant and CPA? How do we know we are hiring the right person? Unfortunately, too many small business owners do…

Find out more »

Business Finance Literacy Series [Session 2 of 3] Using an Excel Document for Financial Modeling and Forecasting

Feb 13 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Free

A simple Excel financial model can be created using your company's financial data (historical and/or forecasted). CFOs and financial analysts use Excel models to determine if/when a company will be profitable, what is the correct selling price, how many "widgets" need to be sold to be cover cost, and how much money is available to pay expenses. Financial models are used for start-ups and for on-going analysis to make sure the company is operating at an optimal financial performance. This…

Find out more »

Business Finance Literacy Series [Session 3 of 3] How To Analyze Your Company’s Financials For Better Decision-Making

Feb 22 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Free

Business owners struggle with business decisions that affect the financial health of the company. Are we selling at the right price? Are we making money? Can we afford to hire someone? Many times, these decisions are made without a thorough understanding of the financial implications.  This does not need to be the case. There are simple mathematical calculations that can be used to answer key business questions. Performance Measurements are simple mathematical calculations that can be used to monitor sales,…

Find out more »

March 2024

Business Finance Literacy Series [Session 1 of 3] What You Need To Know About Accounting And Financial Record Keeping

Mar 5 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Free

How to handle the accounting and financial record keeping is one of the most difficult decisions company owners make. They ask questions such as: Should we use QuickBooks online, QuickBooks desktop or some other program? What records do we need to keep for tax reporting? Should we hire someone to do our bookkeeping? What is the difference between a bookkeeper, accountant and CPA? How do we know we are hiring the right person? Unfortunately, too many small business owners do…

Find out more »

Business Finance Literacy Series [Session 2 of 3] Using an Excel Document for Financial Modeling and Forecasting

Mar 14 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Free

A simple Excel financial model can be created using your company's financial data (historical and/or forecasted). CFOs and financial analysts use Excel models to determine if/when a company will be profitable, what is the correct selling price, how many "widgets" need to be sold to be cover cost, and how much money is available to pay expenses. Financial models are used for start-ups and for on-going analysis to make sure the company is operating at an optimal financial performance. This…

Find out more »

Business Finance Literacy Series [Session 3 of 3] How to Analyze your Company’s Financials for Better Decision Making

Mar 19 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Free

Business owners struggle with business decisions that affect the financial health of the company. Are we selling at the right price? Are we making money? Can we afford to hire someone? Many times, these decisions are made without a thorough understanding of the financial implications.  This does not need to be the case. There are simple mathematical calculations that can be used to answer key business questions. Performance Measurements are simple mathematical calculations that can be used to monitor sales,…

Find out more »

April 2024

Business Finance Literacy Series (Session 1 of 3)

Apr 8 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Free

How to handle the accounting and financial record keeping is one of the most difficult decisions company owners make. They ask questions such as: Should we use QuickBooks online, QuickBooks desktop or some other program? What records do we need to keep for tax reporting? Should we hire someone to do our bookkeeping? What is the difference between a bookkeeper, accountant and CPA? How do we know we are hiring the right person? Unfortunately, too many small business owners do…

Find out more »

Business Finance Literacy Series (Session 2 of 3)

Apr 16 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Free

A simple Excel financial model can be created using your company's financial data (historical and/or forecasted). CFOs and financial analysts use Excel models to determine if/when a company will be profitable, what is the correct selling price, how many "widgets" need to be sold to be cover cost, and how much money is available to pay expenses. Financial models are used for start-ups and for on-going analysis to make sure the company is operating at an optimal financial performance. This…

Find out more »
+ Export Events