Strategic Business Planning for 2010 - Part 2


Business owners should perform a business “check-up” on a regular basis. A business check-up should consist of a financial review of their business (and their personal situation too) and updating your your strategic business plan.

Below you will find a brief list of some of the key issues that should be part a of any business check-up. Please note that this list is the second half of a two-part series. So, be sure to

read the first part of the series.

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