If you are in business, we assume it is to earn and create profit, both long and short term.
If so, there’s only two ways to do this: (1) Increase Revenue or (2)Decrease Expenses.
Revenue can generally be considered as a product of selling your services or products, but there are additional revenue streams available to many in the form of various incentives which produce revenue for performing or engaging in certain practices. These are often overlooked, and it’s one of the things we do and do well.
The other way to increase profit is to decrease expenses. If you pay $500 for a certain item or service, but the same service/product could be had for $400, it will add to your profit.
Simple Aritmemetic. However, as has been said many times, “Knowledge is Power”.. or in this case, the difference in getting by and having profit.
This is where we come in: We have both the knowledge of these often unknown ways to increase profit, and we have the tools to increase the “hidden revenue” as well as decrease overpaid expenses.
In approximately 10 minutes or less we can identify and quantify values in 3 key categories, and in fact, you can do it on your own using a form on our site at http://gmg.leechent.com But keep in mind, the results will only be as good as the information input.
Let’s talk about the three main areas:
Expense Reductions Tax Savings Financial Services
The nature of savings will be related to the type of business. A business that owns commercial property or their building will be very likely to have property tax reductions. On the other hand, a firm doing engineering or software development may have the greatest savings in R &D Tax Credits.
A Restaurant or retail business may have the greatest savings in employment tax credits or merchant credit card processing.
Our exclusive “Discovery Software” will pinpoint your savings.
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