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Financial forecasting is the process of predicting the future outcome of economic, marketing, and financial trends. It is the process of estimating or predicting a business’s future performance. The financial prognosis obtained through the financial forecasting process will help you predict how your business will look financially in the future. Analysis of future trends in areas like sales performance and customer behavior is key to...

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Are you one of the millions of businesses that have an outstanding non-disaster Small Business Administration (SBA) loan? These include: 7(a) loans: general small business loans of up to $5 million, 504 loans: loans of up to $5.5 million to provide financing for major fixed assets such as equipment or real estate, and microloans: short-term loans of up to $50,000 for small businesses. If so, you have already benefited, or soon will...

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These are unprecedented times in our economy. We continue to track the evolving landscape of financial programs offered to small businesses disrupted by the coronavirus (COVID-19).  The U.S. Small Business Administration (“SBA”) is offering loans through additional funding provided by the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act recently signed by President Donald Trump.   SBA Disaster Loans as a Tool for...

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An economic downturn is a phase of the business cycle in which the economy is in decline. This phase basically marks the end of the period of growth in the business cycle. Economic downturns are characterized by decreased levels of consumer purchases (especially of durable goods) and, subsequently, reduced levels of production by businesses. While economic downturns are admittedly difficult and are formidable obstacles to small...

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  Cost segregation breaks your real property into its components, some of which you can depreciate much faster than the typical 27.5 years for a residential rental or 39 years for nonresidential real estate. When you buy real property, you typically break it into two assets for depreciation purposes: • land, which is non-depreciable; and • building (residential is 27.5-year property; nonresidential is 39-year property). With a...

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