Accounting For The Numberphobic; A Survival Guide for Small Business Owners on

by Dawn Fotopulos on May 24, 2014

AccountingNumberphobcIt’s finally here; Accounting for the Numberphobic...the book every small business owner MUST read!  It’s the basics every dentist, beautician, fashion designer and plumber needs to know.

Less than 2% of small business owners know that a Profit and Loss Statement and Net Income Statement are the same thing!

No one would drive a car with their eyes closed; then why do millions of small business owners run their companies without understanding the very basics of how to read their financial statements?

Less than 1% of small business owners know the business could show a profit and still be going bankrupt!

What if it were possible to reduce the staggering rate of small business bankruptcies by teaching financial literacy to small business owners?

Promote Financial Literacy for Small Business Owners

Dawn Fotopulos, Associate Professor of Business at The King’s College and founder of the award winning blog, Best Small Biz, is on a mission with her book Accounting for the Numberphobic, A Survival Guide for Small Business Owners.

As a certified facilitator in the Kaufmann Fast Trac programs, she has prevented hundreds of small business failures with the content in this book. Now the goal is to reach millions before they close their doors.

Illustrator is Disney veteran- charming illustrations

Ron Bucalo, a 20 year Disney veteran, illustrates each chapter with wit and humor that makes a brittle topic engaging to read for all small business owners.

When was the last time you smiled reading a book on financial statements?

  • Readers will learn how to tell if their business is showing a profit and if it isn’t, what to do about it before the crisis hits.
  • They will understand what gross margin is and why it’s the key to running a profitable, cash flow positive company.
  • Creative, simple, no cost ways to improve collecting on outstanding invoices are shown step by step.
  • Learning how to handle debt and dealing with the bank will make the reader an ultimate insider;  for start ups and small businesses struggling to thrive.

Professor Fotopulos is booking speaking tours and book signing events across the country between May and November 2014. Please contact her directly to book an event: [email protected]

Small business owners are the engine of new job creation and innovation.

What if we could equip solopreneurs and young start up companies with the right foundation to build profitable, going concerns?

Pre-order the book for your college, chamber of commerce or your favorite coffee shop owner.

Bulk discounts are available.

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Join the movement.

The ultimate small business crash course

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