Craig Anthony

Craig Anthony

Craig Anthony, CFA, is a financial advisor to high-net worth individuals. He advises clients on topics such as strategic and tactical asset allocation, investment selection, cash flow planning, retirement planning, tax, risk, and estate-planning. Craig is also the author of the personal finance books "A Simple Plan for Building Wealth" and "An Old Man and A Gentleman". Craig holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation and earned a Bachelor’s degree in finance.

finance-accounting

How to Measure Your Margin of Safety

Learn what the margin of safety measure is, why it is important, how to calculate it, and see an example.

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business

How to Use the Ivy Lee Method for Productivity

Learn what the Ivy Lee method is, and see the steps involved that you can use to increase productivity in your small business.

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payroll

What Is a Vacation Entitlement Year?

The margin of safety measures how much of a buffer your business has after accounting for sales above the break-even point. The break-even point happens when your revenue equals your company’s costs. As long as you have a margin of safety that stays above the break-even point, your company makes money and turns a profit. […]

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growing-business

How to List Freelance Qualifications and Experience on Your Resume

The margin of safety measures how much of a buffer your business has after accounting for sales above the break-even point. The break-even point happens when your revenue equals your company’s costs. As long as you have a margin of safety that stays above the break-even point, your company makes money and turns a profit. […]

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marketing

How to Develop an Instagram Following for Your Business

The margin of safety measures how much of a buffer your business has after accounting for sales above the break-even point. The break-even point happens when your revenue equals your company’s costs. As long as you have a margin of safety that stays above the break-even point, your company makes money and turns a profit. […]

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growing-business

How to Find Your Small Business Unique Selling Proposition

The margin of safety measures how much of a buffer your business has after accounting for sales above the break-even point. The break-even point happens when your revenue equals your company’s costs. As long as you have a margin of safety that stays above the break-even point, your company makes money and turns a profit. […]

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business

Insurable Earnings

The margin of safety measures how much of a buffer your business has after accounting for sales above the break-even point. The break-even point happens when your revenue equals your company’s costs. As long as you have a margin of safety that stays above the break-even point, your company makes money and turns a profit. […]

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finance-accounting

Accounting Tips: Forecast Inventory Using Days Sales in Inventory

The margin of safety measures how much of a buffer your business has after accounting for sales above the break-even point. The break-even point happens when your revenue equals your company’s costs. As long as you have a margin of safety that stays above the break-even point, your company makes money and turns a profit. […]

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