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Understanding Business Finances - Shared screen with speaker view
Rebecca Rowe
28:21
If so, do we / should we promote him to panelist?
Katrina Wheeler
29:05
I honestly don't know. I just started the recording and will give Michelle control of my screen
Rebecca Rowe
29:52
Is this Tom Willett?
Rebecca Rowe
30:06
Not sure if there are multiple 'Tom's participating!
Michael Petermann
01:12:58
I'm starting an event business now. Purchasing AV equipment that will be used for numerous events (hopefully) down the road. Also purchasing other "one time" things for the business operations, marketing, business of the business. Do you itemize in COGS or Expenses, and how, ie what portion do you apply at each P & L time frame?
Michael Petermann
01:16:13
Related, in product category P & L ie Food Service Division vs Retail Division, how is "office rent" figured for each Division?
Nikki Martin
01:16:24
I am just starting out and I am wondering what percent of expenses I should use for calculating when I work out of my home.
Tom
01:18:51
Rebecca, I'm at the Cambridge library
Rebecca Rowe
01:19:29
Do we want to ask if anyone has a question that they would like to ask aloud? I.e. raise their hand?
Tom
01:23:59
ant because after 5 years+, if the owner goes to the bank for a loan, the depreciation will not only provide collateral nd a pattern of investment in the company.
Nikki Martin
01:24:21
can you share the screen
Tom
01:32:51
Line 30 is Office in Home that was asked about.
Naomi
01:45:41
Will we get a link for this recording after class?
Michelle Thomas
01:46:19
Yes, and it will be posted at ECRDC.org within the next week.
Pine City - Pine County
01:48:14
Are we able to obtain the excel file? I think that would be useful to share with businesses.
Michelle Thomas
01:49:46
Are you referring to the class samples that Julie is pulling up?
Nikki Martin
01:52:26
that would be awesome!!!
Michael Petermann
02:11:29
What makes up Capital?
Nikki Martin
02:25:09
so helpful!
Michael Petermann
02:25:41
Does the capital you start with stay on as the capital number (even if /when you use it) and only changes when you add to it?
Michael Petermann
02:27:51
Really nice job!
Renee Wott
02:28:20
Very informative presentation - glad I got to join in this time!
Mike Fredeen
02:29:35
Thank you very much! Great job!
Nikki Martin
02:29:48
A bit fast and would love to continue learning!
Michelle B
02:30:04
Wish we had more time to go ever more!