Optimizing Financial Health: Key Strategies for Business Success


Feb 19 2024


8:00 am - 6:00 pm


Online Meeting (Live)
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Join us in a strategic initiative under the Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP) as the Kutztown Small Business Development Center offers “Optimizing Financial Health: Key Strategies for Business Success.” This webinar is designed to elevate the financial health of your business, focusing on crucial areas such as fiscal management, budgeting, QuickBooks usage, and understanding financial statements. Gain valuable insights into creating a financial plan that not only supports but also drives your business goals towards profitability.

Key Topics:

  • Understanding Financial Statements: Learn to interpret balance sheets, income statements, and cash flow statements, and utilize this information to make informed business decisions.
  • Budgeting for Business: Discover the steps to create an effective budget that aligns with your revenue, expenses, and anticipated growth.
  • Leveraging QuickBooks: Dive into how QuickBooks can simplify your fiscal management, making it easier to track and manage your business finances.
  • Financial Forecasting: Understand the importance of projecting future revenues and expenses through financial forecasting to better plan and make strategic business decisions.


  • Mark Rentschler, KUSBDC Consultant – Technology Commercialization & Strategic Planning Specialist
  • Lynn Loaiza, Assistant Director, SSBCI – Focused on strategic programming for the SSBCI program across the PASBDC
  • Sherrima Sharif, Account Services Programing Manager SSBCI

This webinar represents a crucial opportunity for business owners and entrepreneurs to deepen their financial knowledge and skills, setting a solid foundation for business success. Don’t miss out on the chance to transform your business’s financial practices for the better.

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Rachael Wolfe