How To Get Investor-Ready Financial Records for Your E-commerce Business

by | Jun 5, 2020

Episode Summary: In this podcast episode, Alex interviews Tyler Jefcoat of Seller Accountant.  Seller Accountant provides bookkeeping and financial coaching services to E-commerce businesses and specializes in helping businesses considering a future sale to get “investor-ready” financials.  

Resources/Links:

Check out Seller Accountant’s free resources here!

 

Episode Highlights: 

Seller Accountant’s ideal client: Ecommerce businesses looking to grow with revenue of half a million to 10 million per year that want to get accounting off their plate.

Problem Seller Accountant helps solve: They specialize in helping their customers get investor-grade financials in the event of a business sale.

Typical symptoms that clients have before reaching out to Seller Accountant: They often see businesses that are “opting out” of accounting and subsequently not able to identify the profitability of their business.  They also see businesses that are managing their own accounting with a cash basis or an overly simplified version of accounting.  Because of this, they also can’t clearly identify profitability.

Common mistakes that folks make before finding Seller Accountant and his solution: They either over-complicate things or they over-simplify things. Jeff offers some clear examples of what this might look like. 

Seller Accountant’s Valuable Free Resource: Start at the Seller Accountant website and locate their resource page, https://selleraccountant.com/resources/.  Here you can find offers such as a free Ebook about profitable businesses and business book reviews.  Also, visit the Seller Accountant YouTube channel for video blogs related to making more money with E-commerce businesses.

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Disclaimer: Our attorney wanted you to know that no financial, tax, legal advice or opinion is given through this post. All information provided is general in nature and may not apply to your specific situation and is intended for informational and educational purposes only. Information is provided “as is” and without warranty.


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