Every business should have a business plan. Unfortunately, despite the fact that many
of the underlying businesses are viable, the vast majority of plans are hardly worth the
paper they're printed on.
A good business plan presents an overview of the business--now, in the short term, and
in the long term. However, it doesn't just describe what the business looks like at each
of those stages; it also describes how you'll get from one stage to the next. In other words,
the plan provides a "roadmap" for the business, a roadmap that should be as specific as
The business plan should also outline all the major steps you need to complete to reach
each milestone. We will assist you with building your road map to success!
The type of business entity you choose will depend on three primary factors: liability, taxation and
record-keeping. Choosing the wrong entity type could potentially cost you thousands of dollars.
From the many forms of business structures available, most owners choose to operate
as a Limited Liability Company (LLC), S Corporation (S-Corp) or C Corporation
(C-Corp). Each type of entity has advantages and disadvantages depending on your company.
We have the expertise and experience to help you make the right decision from the
first day that you open your doors, saving you valuable time and money.
Developing clearly written policies and procedures that are documented, updated,
and followed brings structure to an organization and assists in the day-to-day decision-making
Policies and procedures need to be adaptable to the needs of the company and
enforced across the organization. Policies and procedures also serve as a internal control
method so managers cannot take free license to make creative or
We can help you manualize your company for current and future growth.
|EHPOWERRS Management Services Inc.
2273 McCoy Road; Suite B
Sun Prairie, WI 53590
Office: 608.295-8537 | Fax: 608.531-2604
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free of charge.
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