Your Competition Is Not Waiting

Are you waiting for things to “get better”? I’m not. And your competition probably isn’t either. I posted a bit back about “Clarity in an Unclear Year” where I mentioned if you are still surviving, things look good. But that does not mean you can sit on your hands either.  I’m no medical expert, but it’s clear to… Read More »

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Clarity in an Unclear Year

It’s safe to say we’re all looking for a little clarity right now. With COVID-19 still looming and a return to “normalcy” nowhere on the horizon, the rest of 2020 seems to be muddled at best. Or is it?  Because right now, in July 2020, if you’re still doing business and surviving… well, there *is* some clarity in… Read More »

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Section 179 Never Shuts Down

2020 is half over, and while most people are saying “thank goodness”, I’m thinking “in all that’s been going on, I haven’t mentioned Section 179 lately.”  My wife even asked “are you ok, you don’t seem like yourself”, to which I replied “I’ve been ignoring Section 179”… ok, I’m kidding there. Old Fletch knows that wouldn’t be great… Read More »

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Monthly Payments Are Best – Literally.

A lot of times when we discuss equipment financing in print, or even face to face, we’ll sometimes use the phrase “monthly payments” as a substitution for the word “financing”.  For example, I’ll write a blog post on vendors offering financing, and now and again, I’ll slip in “offering monthly payments is a great way to increase sales”.… Read More »

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Opportunity Knocks

I mentioned opportunity at the end of my last post. Let’s expand on that. As we navigate through what is proving to be an extremely “different” business environment, I am reminded of a local planning board meeting I attended a few years ago. Under discussion was a recent blight of failed businesses, and some empty buildings on the… Read More »

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