Managing Your Business

COVID-19: Restructuring Your Business – When Does it Make Sense?

Ken Pearl • June 08, 2020 Ken PearlIn ‘normal’ times, business owners can face financial challenges for a variety of reasons ranging from changes in customer needs or demographics, obsolete processes or technology or new, aggressive competition. Waiting too long to make necessary changes to the business can be fatal. In the case of COVID-19, however, there has been little time t ... Read More

COVID 19: Managing Your Family Business During Turbulent Times

Fuller Landau Team • May 08, 2020 The economic impact of COVID-19 on Canadian businesses has been dramatic.  According to the Canadian Survey on Business Conditions (CSBC)[1], over 50% of more than 13,000 businesses surveyed indicated they are not able to operate longer than 90 days without a source of revenue.  Close to 81% have experienced a medium or high drop in ... Read More

Digital Strategy in a Post-COVID World

Ohran Gobrin • May 06, 2020 Ohran GobrinThere and Back Again is the title Bilbo Baggins gave to the memoir of his adventures with the dwarves reclaiming their realm.  The title suggests a return to the known and the familiar from where he had departed, but nothing was really the same.  The Quest had changed everything.  Bilbo, Bag End, everything! Returning to ... Read More

COVID-19: Implications on Your Company’s Accounting & Reporting

Rosanna Lamanna • May 05, 2020 Rosanna LamannaMany Canadian businesses are dealing with the immediate impacts of COVID-19 on revenue, earnings and cashflow as a direct result of temporary closures and supply chain disruptions. These events will have varying accounting and financial reporting implications that will depend on the unique circumstances of your business and the industry in which yo ... Read More

COVID-19: The Rise in Cyber Fraud

Bruce Roher • April 28, 2020 Bruce RoherThe Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (CAFC) issued a bulletin on March 18, 2020, alerting the public to fraudsters exploiting COVID-19 to facilitate fraud and cyber crime.[1] This comes in the form of fraudulent emails sent to unsuspecting Canadians who are being inundated with information about COVID-19. It is important for your company’s employees to ... Read More