Getting Started – Number 5

Thanks for following this series about why we ask for so much information from our clients, and what we do with it!  We know our business clients are put off by how much information we ask for.  We ask for it to help focus on what’s important and what’s not,

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Getting Started – Number 4

Operating a business creates a lot of financial information.  We know our business clients are put off by how much information we ask for.  We ask for it to help us focus on what’s important and what’s not, and to help avoid unpleasant surprises.  Here are some examples: Businesses often

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Getting Started – Number 2

Welcome back!  We know our business clients are put off by how much information we ask for.  We’re not looking for more paper to sift through; we’ve just seen how what we don’t know can jump up and harm our clients.  Here are a few more examples: Businesses enter into

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Getting Started – Number 1

Many of our individual and small business clients are put off by how much information we ask for.  Trust us, we’re not looking for more paper to sift through, we’ve just seen how what we don’t know can jump up and harm our clients.  Here are a few examples: If your business

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Constituents

If you own or operate a small to medium-sized business, you realize that you have many different constituents you must keep happy to be successful.  But how do you deal with those various groups when the economy or your business suffers? We are often surprised when our clients don’t fully

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When It Comes to Business Finance, Once Size Does Not Fit All

DLG prides itself on providing personal service to each and every client.  For our business clients, this means taking the time to understand a company’s financial demands and formulating a strategy that is tailored to fit the company’s specific needs.  Although this process may sometimes indicate that bankruptcy is the

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Locking Yourself Out of Court: In re Pertuset

Individuals and businesses rarely want to file bankruptcy, but sometimes it can help save your home or your business and provide one place to deal with all of your creditors at once.  Did you know you can lose the right to file bankruptcy?  Like virtually all court systems, there are

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What Can A Chapter 11 Do For My Small Business

In the current economic environment, many businesses are experiencing financial difficulties.  Small businesses are especially struggling to manage their debt against decreased revenues.  As a result, many small businesses are on the verge of filing for bankruptcy.  But, what type of relief can a small business get in a Chapter

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Top Ten Things To Know About Bankruptcy

1.     Be thorough.  Make sure you have everything you need before you file.  If the attorney is asking for it, it’s because it is needed. 2.     Ask questions.  This goes hand in hand with being thorough.  Don’t leave questions blank, if it doesn’t apply simply write N/A. 3.     Understand the different Chapters.  There are

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