Business Financial Planning

RBF's roster of business advisory clients runs the gamut from industry leaders about to add new subsidiaries to start-up companies just beginning to build their fortunes, and executives or business owners in either. All know the value of expert advice. RBF offers its clients, whether corporate or individual, a full range of advisory services to help them ensure their profitable operation and success.

RBF's Business Financial Planning Services Include:

  • Budgets and forecasts
  • Cash flow and profits analysis and enhancement techniques
  • Business plan development and review
  • Best practices/balanced scorecard analysis
  • Buy-sell arrangements and mediation
  • Business succession planning
  • Executive compensation strategies
  • Financial personnel recruitment
  • Accounting software selection, implementation, and training
  • Not-for-profit advisory
  • Business valuation
  • Litigation support

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