Overcome Challenges, Develop Opportunities
Every business has a variety of challenges and opportunities. Some of these are
known to the owner(s), others are waiting to be found. We can help you find
them and implement changes to address them. We can help you identify legal and
business challenges that might otherwise destroy your business. We can help you
identify opportunities and offer suggestions on how to implement changes to
turn the opportunities into profits.
The areas to be covered below are areas that our staff has experience in and are
actively researching. We use cutting edge Business Programs and Legal Database
resources to make our time working for your very productive.
Primary Reasons to Choose TBADK
Our central product is integrating business development within the limits of the
law and being able to discuss your business and legal challenges in the context
of attorney-client confidentiality. We
start analyzing your business from the theoretical perspective of "value chain
for competitive advantage" most closely associated with Michael Porter.
What You Will Get for $1,800
About 20 hours of our staff time evaluating your books, your contracts, and
interviewing your employees and officers of your organization
Up to 60 additional hours applying the facts or your situation to tax analysis,
business principles and legal issues addressing those areas you direct as most
important issues as well as issues our staff identify as important.
A report of 40 to 100 pages applying the legal theory, business principles, tax
consulting, and other investigations to the facts of your situation.
Up to three presentations with different individuals or groups to explain the
challenges and opportunities.
After the total project is done, five hours of legal/business consultation (a
$750 value) over the following six months on issues covered in the Analysis.
Six months of updates offering new ideas that arise out of TBADK's ongoing
This price is only good for services contracted by May 31, 2005 and is limited
by availability of our staff.
Scope of Analysis
We expect to evaluate small businesses with up to approximately three
If you have a smaller business, the analysis will probably be more in depth.
If you have a larger business, the analysis will probably be more selective in
the issues covered.
Legal Issues to Evaluate
TBADK will evaluate approximately 100
different legal issues that might affect your business, to include:
formation: evaluate the comparative benefits of incorporation, partnership or
operation as a sole proprietor
contracts: such as with suppliers, service providers, or leases.
employee issues: hiring, benefit plans, retirement plans, termination
preventing law suits by customers and employees
the effect of bankruptcy, divorce, or death on a business
. . . lots of other detailed stuff
AND . . . those half dozen questions that have been bothering you for the last
year or two
Business Issues to Evaluate
TBADK will examine the complete value chain of your business and analyze such
human resource management
information technology: present uses, cost and benefits of new uses
in most cases TBADK will develop or even initially write your Business
in most cases TBADK will also develop your Marketing Plan
in some cases TBADK will develop a Web Strategy Plan
Tax Issues to Evaluate
review of your past tax filings
the benefits of operating as a sole proprietorship, a corporation or a
strategies to reduce taxes
Security and Crime Prevention
give a general overview of your business's security from various kinds of crime
suggestions on how to employ preventative measures to limit losses from
TBADK can provide a general evaluation of your information technology needs
TBADK can give some general suggestions on how to develop your information
in some cases TBADK can write and publish a simple website for our customers
For Real? Do I get all this?
We think so. We have experience doing this kind of research. Every business and
every client is different, and therefore, each will have different priorities.
We estimate we will spend about 80 hours on each client. We figure, however,
that the research we do will apply to several clients. We can justify,
therefore, spending additional time researching some detailed areas of
business, law or tax.
What you do not get
No preparation of legal documents or contracts*
No representation of ongoing litigation*
No more than a reasonable 80 hours of hard work (unless we really get into the
subject and then the client benefits from our personal zeal)
No confusing unexplained legalese
No hidden costs
*These services can be provided for an additional charge. Our hourly fee is
$150.00, though our business analysis clients may qualify for a discount on