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Business Needs, Inc., is a locally Based, Full Service, Executive Business Management Financial and Tax Consulting Service, whose work is specifically designed to achieve the specific goals of our individual, Arizona clients.

We make businesses more profitable.

HOW? By objectively analyzing their operations, then developing and installing programs that allow business owners to control costs and increase productivity.

Our staff has over 20 years of experience with $1.5 million to $50 million dollar corporations, both as Consultants, C.E.O and C.F.O.'s.

As a direct result they have increased profit and reduced tax liability by an average of 22%, a total of increased profit, growth, and reduction of tax liability, in excess of ONE BILLION ($)DOLLARS.

What were previously available only to Medium and Large Size Businesses, are now available to Small and Sole Proprietorship Owners, at very affordable prices.

Our Mission

Our mission is to help our clients succeed by becoming organized. We bring structure, policy and procedure, by creating the ideal operating system, individualized to our client’s needs.

Our first priority is to serve our clients. We will consistently provide superior services and products designed to increase profit, growth, efficiency, government compliance and to reduce tax liability.

We will strive to build a long-lasting and successful relationship with our clients.

Our Commitment

Our commitment is to enhance business performance through insight and expertise based on our unique understanding of the Individual Needs and Inspirations of Companies, by delivering Real Business Value, at very affordable prices.

We are committed in assisting small businesses to: Increase Profits and Efficiency; to Maintain Positive Cash Flow; to Control Costs; to Accelerate Growth; and to Limit Tax Liability.

We are committed to Increase Profit Growth Efficiency Government Compliance and to Reduce Tax Liability.

Our Promise to Our Clients

We pledge to provide an exceptional service experience to every client.

  • Individual Attention: We will treat each client with the utmost care; we will develop and maintain a strong personal relationship; we will provide service with a commitment to professionalism, trust and the highest level of personal and professional integrity.
  • Responsive: We will respond to a client’s urgent need immediately; we will return all voicemail and e-mail communications within 24 hours; we will deliver and review all work products on a timely and as agreed basis.
  • Proactive: We are committed to understanding the goals and needs of our clients, responding to such needs with our best service, advice and products. We will strive to provide our clients with innovative solutions and opportunities to improve and grow their business.





What distinguishes our work?

  • First we determine if we can assist a business and, if so, in what;
  • The business owner approves all programs and activities before they are started;
  • Ideas are developed, recommended and we help implement the improvements;
  • We are dedicated to ensuring our clients receive continuing benefits from the improvements installed.

Call today to schedule your Business Analysis. We will work with you, for your success.


Ten reasons why businesses fail:

  1. Inadequate financial records. Keep track of how much money is on hand and how much is owed in order to understand the financial picture. Maintaining detailed books and an appropriate record of sales and business is necessary. Keep records current and detailed.
  2. Disregard for or misinterpretation financial records.Improper funding and failure to oversee debtors and creditors are examples of disregard or misinterpretation of records. Keep control of payables and receivables. A business could experience a profitable year and have solid accounts receivable on the books, but be cash poor due to lack of control.
  3. Failure to control costs. Build an information system that tracks cost embedded in each business function or process to control costs. The system should track actual time expended so that labor costs can be controlled while providing incentives for employees.
  4. Lack of internal control. Personally take the responsibility to decrease fraud by putting controls in place to prevent a diversion of funds, inventory or property.
  5. Poor sales and customer relations. Talk with your customers about their focus and interests. The extra effort to increase customer service and sales with set your company apart from competitors and increase sales.
  6. Insufficient working capital. Although some businesses might be able to survive for a short time with a small amount of capital, eventually the money runs out. Initial development of a business is crucial and should be supported with a financial cushion. Maintain a financial safety net.
  7. Lack of adequate and appropriate insurance. Families dependent on income generated from their business should carry long-term disability insurance. Additionally, adequate life insurance protects owners and families from financial hardship. A disaster, such as a flood or fire, can destroy a business. Inventory and assets must be insured.
  8. Failure to adequately train and develop employee relations. Create a team work environment that keeps staff motivated and happy. Employee involvement in the business, training and increased education promotes a feeling of ownership.
  9. Improper strategic planning. Create realistic but precise goals that include deadline, in a formalized strategic and operational business plan. Include employees and consult the business plan on a regular basis.
  10. Track key business matrixes. Business owners should have more control over factors that cause businesses to fail. By tracking key business matrixes, businesses can succeed regardless of economic conditions. Integrating business matrixes is a solid investment and should be part of the process as the business continues to grow.

10 rules for growing your business

  1. Develop a strategic plan.Many business owners measure their success by how hard they work and whether there is enough money to cover payroll, but in reality they operate best with a strategic plan and methodology for measuring and executing that plan.
  2. Stay flexible to changes in the strategic plan. A strategic plan should be a work in progress that evolves in accordance with long term goals. Although flexibility is important, it does not mean that a business should be run without a strategic plan.
  3. Transform yourself from company expert to master strategist. Focus on planning the future business success by creating a leadership team and delegating duties. This strategy might require an extensive role change, but will help to obtain more control for the future success of the company.
  4. Focus on short-term growth. Key company goals should be monitored daily and weekly rather than monthly. By focusing on business growth in the short term there will be far less concern over the long term.
  5. Develop reporting systems. Strategies cannot be implemented without reporting systems that track critical numbers. A daily review helps to measure and clarify where company efforts need to be enhanced as well as holds each employee accountable for performance.
  6. Hold a daily management meeting. A daily meeting creates the intensity and focus needed for business owners to identify problems and issues before they get out of control. Meetings should focus on one key issue.
  7. Control costs by budgeting percentages.Control costs by measuring a percentage rather than an absolute basis. Daily or weekly percentage increases and decreases should signal change and help to determine why inconsistencies might exist.
  8. Offer incentives to key business drivers. All employees have the ability to drive or stall the business. Creative incentives that drive should contribute to both the profitability and mission of the company. Fair incentives should be tied to specific measurables that each employee has control over.
  9. Create a new management model. Creating a new management model allows for updating as well as preparing the business for positive change. Incorporate all levels of employees in both the thought and implementation process.
  10. Play to win. These guidelines are easier and more enjoyable to adhere to when a company aims high and plays to win. A business that survives is the one that plans to innovate, allows for constant change and plays to win.



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