Taylor MI: Event: Use Your Small Business to Create Your Nest Egg

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TAYLOR, MI – Many small business owners do not take the time to track and stay on top of the money in their businesses. Many people are concerned about their retirement, but they do not know what to do about it.  Plus, so many books and talks about finances are confusing.  On Thursday, November 29, 2012 from 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM, Marcia Hoeck of A Purposeful Business, together with Jennifer Brown and Erin Shelton of Key Concerns, will present “Easy Finances for Small Businesses: How to make sure you're on track with your small business finances, without scaring you to death.”  The event will be held at the Downriver Campus - Wayne County Community College (21000 Northline Rd, Taylor, MI 48180).

Marcia Hoeck of A Purposeful Business will provide insight into running a small business.

Marcia Hoeck of A Purposeful Business explains, “Many small business owners don't admit it, but they don't have a good grip on their business finances. They just keep serving customers and clients and don't look at their numbers, just hoping everything will turn out okay.”

Drawing from many years of experience running her own businesses and consulting with small businesses, Marcia explains, “As a business coach, I've talked to enough small businesses to know this is the case! And the folks at Key Concerns see this too, when helping people with financial planning. Instead of hiding, wondering, or worrying if your money is really working for you, we want to invite you to some clear talk about the money in your business -- without judging you!”

At the event, attendees will learn

  • Why you need to know your cost of doing business, and how to figure it
  • Simple ways to track your business finances
  • Your plans for “after” — you don’t plan on working forever, do you?
  • Next steps to feeling good about your business finances

Jennifer Brown and Erin Shelton of Key Concerns

Jennifer Brown of Key Concerns realizes that finances scare a lot of people, especially small business owners.  Jennifer emphasizes, “We can guide you through all aspects of planning to make you comfortable and knowledgeable about your financial decisions.”

Event: Presentation: Small Business Finances
: Easy Finances for Small Businesses: How to make sure you're on track with your small business finances, without scaring you to death
: Thursday, November 29, 2012
: 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM
: Downriver Campus - Wayne County Community College
: 21000 Northline Rd., Taylor, MI  48180


To register for this event, visit http://www.MarciaHoeckBiz.com/easyfinances.

Register before November 26 and be entered to win $75 off of a Complete Estate Plan, or 2 hours of Private Business Coaching.


About Key Concerns, Inc.: Key Concerns is a unique women-owned and operated company in Trenton, MI that helps people understand how to plan to retire.  Once they know when, they can plan how to manage their money between now and retirement time.  Besides offering advice and solutions for investment and insurance needs, they help clients with basic budgeting, retirement planning, help on saving and investing for college, facilitation of estate planning, and fee-based wealth management services.  For more information about how they can help, you can call (734) 692-9282 or visit http://www.KeyConcerns.com.


About A Purposeful Business: A Purposeful Business is owned and operated by Marcia Hoeck.  Marcia draws upon her own 25 years of experience as the owner of a successful marketing communications firm to coach small business owners who want to do good and do well, and focuses on the “back end” of running a strong and successful business.  To learn more information about how A Purposeful Business might be able to help you, you can call (419) 283-4206 or visit http://www.APurposefulBusiness.com.

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