Mike Ginsberg’s Posts

The Rising Cost of a College Education

May 22nd, 2015
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Today, the Wall Street Journal reported that the rising cost of a college education – and the debt some families incur to send a student to school – is emerging as an important topic in the 2016 presidential race. Finally, candidates are focusing on the real causes behind this burgeoning dilemma, and they’re not pointing fingers at […]

Market Intelligence: How much do we really know about our market?

May 14th, 2015
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When it comes to running a business, it’s hard to imagine anyone knowing more about the market in question than the owners and operators that deal with it on a daily basis. The accounts receivable management (ARM) industry is no exception. When asked what drives their businesses, most owners provide a generic response like "market […]

Rozanne Andersen on Regulation – Medical Debt Trends

May 13th, 2015
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Kaulkin Ginsberg is proud of our longstanding relationship with Rozanne Andersen, Chief Compliance Officer of Ontario Systems. Rozanne’s perspective on the regulatory climate impacting all facets of the accounts receivable management (ARM) is unparalleled. The following is an excerpt of her findings written exclusively for KG Prime members. ARM executives are still spinning from the […]

Top 10 Pitfalls to Avoid When Selling a Business

May 5th, 2015
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You worked decades to build a successful business, and now you’re ready to sell it. If you’re like most owners, your goals are fairly straightforward: you want to sell the business for the highest possible price with the most favorable terms. You also don’t want to lose your mind when it comes time to sell […]

Taking Advantage of the Health Care Buzz

April 23rd, 2015
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In Septemeber 2014, Kaulkin Ginsberg wrote about Health Care and the Amazing Aging U.S. Population, a blog post discussing the implications of the baby boomer generation’s impending retirement. Now, we take a look at some of the major regulations impacting both the U.S. health care system and the ARM industry, and how ARM providers can […]

The Roller Coaster Ride Called College Admissions

April 14th, 2015
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Like the countless parents of high school seniors before us, my wife and I spent the past year living through the college selection process with our oldest son. Last night, Zach decided that he will be attending the University of Maryland, College Park, in the fall. This morning, I found myself reflecting on the exciting, […]

M&A Pricing Snapshot

March 30th, 2015
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Buyers of accounts receivable management (ARM) firms are continuing their acquisitive ways, completing more transactions in a one-year time period in 2014 than at any point since the start of the Great Recession. Looking ahead, Kaulkin Ginsberg expects this trend to continue at an accelerated pace. Arguably the most critical components of any transaction – […]

Assessing the Consumer Credit Market with an Eye to ARM

March 25th, 2015
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Since the Great Recession, the road to recovery for the accounts receivable management (ARM) industry has been particularly bumpy. Adjusting to economic fluctuations has been challenging for service providers and big business clients alike, especially when state and federal government agencies continuously impose stronger regulations in an effort to shift blame and find their scapegoat. […]

Moving Forward with Debt Financing

March 19th, 2015
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In January, we discussed the three main options available for financing an acquisition. Most of us don’t have an extra $1 million on hand, so it’s important to understand debt financing and the impact of interest rates – above and beyond making you pay more. How do interest rates work? The interest rate you pay […]

Why aren’t Businesses Saleable?

March 18th, 2015
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Is your business saleable? Business owners spend years – in some cases, generations – operating their businesses as successfully as possible. However, many fail to properly plan when it comes time to sell. Instead of making certain their companies are well-positioned to receive the best price, they respond prematurely to a potential buyer’s direct solicitation. […]

LATEST BLOGS

The Rising Cost of a College Education

May 22, 2015

Today, the Wall Street Journal reported that the rising cost of a college education - and the debt some families incur to send a student to school - is emerging as an important topic in the 2016 presidential race. Finally, candidates are focusing on the real causes behind this burgeoning dilemma, and they're not pointing fingers at the debt collector.

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Market Intelligence: How much do we really know about our market?

May 14, 2015

When it comes to running a business, it's hard to imagine anyone knowing more about the market in question than the owners and operators that deal with it on a daily basis. The accounts receivable management (ARM) industry is no exception.

When asked what drives their businesses, most owners provide a generic response like "market conditions," "client needs," or "the economy." While it's true these three factors all impact business performance, it's hard to take m ....
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Rozanne Andersen on Regulation - Medical Debt Trends

May 13, 2015

Kaulkin Ginsberg is proud of our longstanding relationship with Rozanne Andersen, Chief Compliance Officer of Ontario Systems. Rozanne's perspective on the regulatory climate impacting all facets of the accounts receivable management (ARM) is unparal ....
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