How and Why Entrepreneurs Should
Prepare for the Second Wave of Covid-19
Thought Leader: Wayne Titus
As parts of the economy re-open, we’re also seeing a surge in COVID-19 cases. Entrepreneurs who were able to weather the first wave of COVID-19 need to ensure they’re prepared.
A new International SOS Survey shows that a second wave of COVID-19 is seen as the leading threat to business continuity; yet 21% of the survey’s respondents still don’t have a pandemic plan or process in place.
Wayne B. Titus III, CPA/PFS, AIFA is the founder of AMDG Financial and AMDG Business Advisory Services in 2002. Before that, he worked in two large accounting firms and had Fortune 50 clients. As a fee-only fiduciary adviser, Wayne’s loyalty is to his clients. AMDG Financial has assets of more than $150 million, and integrates tax, financial and investment strategies.
In The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Financial Well-Being, Titus stresses the importance of process in creating reliable, error-free, holistic and trustworthy relationships between entrepreneurs and their financial advisers. But the process shouldn’t be limited to adviser relationships. A process-based approach can help entrepreneurs lock in success in good times and bad.
Wayne B. Titus is dedicated to guiding small business owners and keeps their best interests at heart. He’s been on the front lines providing triage and support for businesses affected by COVID-19, including how to create the meticulous documentation needed for PPP and how to prepare for the long-term impact of COVID 19. His new book is The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Financial Well-Being. To learn more, visit amdgservices.com.