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Secure Your Financial Well-Being

Secure Your Financial Well-Being

by Dan Isard

Your firm must be firing on all cylinders for your financial protection now and in the future. By Daniel M. Isard Imagine that you’re a runner and you have a heal spur on your right foot. Visualize how your smooth, steady, well-cadenced stride is thrown off by this one impediment. Your stride is shorter on […]

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Nothing More Critical

Nothing More Critical

by Dan Isard

To market your message for the future, capitalize on the tools and techniques of communication that exist today. As we prepare to reinvent your business with foresight (ahem, it’s just a common word, folks) and vision for 2020, there is nothing more critical than marketing. Because you cannot assume families will simply come to your […]

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Rebuilding for the Future

Rebuilding for the Future

by Dan Isard

Four key points to understand about your building and its relationship to your business. Welcome back, worthy readers! By acknowledging another column (after last month’s throw-down), I believe you are committed to working for a successful 2020 and beyond and willing to take a sledgehammer to your business model over the course of a year. In […]

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Making Your Funeral Home More Profitable

Making Your Funeral Home More Profitable

by Kevin Kruger

The funeral service business used to be more about service than about business. Almost all bodies were casketed and once the family picked the casket, the bulk of the funeral arrangement pricing was already determined. Many family owned businesses also had a trusted accountant or other advisor who would meet with the owners to discuss […]

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The Sledge Hammer Approach  to Business Planning in 2019

The Sledge Hammer Approach to Business Planning in 2019

by Dan Isard

A new lineup of coverage in this column for 2019, starting with cash and receivables. I am a child of television. When I was born, it was black and white, just three channels, it fed into my house through the air and perfected on the screen by how I’d twist the antenna wires. (I know, […]

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