Monday, November 17, 2008

Be like Ellen Rohr


Ellen Rohr did the accounting for her husband's plumbing business. Even though she had a degree in Business Administration she admits she almost sunk the family business.

She found a mentor who taught her how to read and use financial reports. Ellen learned a lot and they turned the company around.

After they sold the family business she decided to share all she had learned. As she says, "After all, if a smart, highly educated person like me didn’t know how to read a balance sheet, I figured business illiteracy must be rampant."

She discovered she was right.

Ever since Ellen has been doing her part in keeping our economy strong by teaching entrepreneurs, well, how to make and keep money. Go to her web site http://www.barebonesbiz.com/index.html and sign up to download her e-book "Where Did the Money Go?"

Ellen is a great source of information.

1 comment:

Darcy said...

A great deal of understanding about where the money comes and goes for business really does wonders. Not only will it make the company stable, it'll also help the economy in a wider perspective. For Ellen, finally learning to read and use the financial reports was a blessing in disguise. It only goes to show that accounting's many software and solutions still drive the company to success.

Darcy Grubaugh