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Bids, Proposals, and Concept Packages

The average entrepreneur invests about 400 hours (10-weeks) to complete a business plan; time which should be dedicated to managing the business.  In a competitive bid situation you don't get to modify your proposal; it must be right the first time, and your proposal must stand-out in the crowd.  Bottom line, your bids, proposals and business plans are more likely to be successful with professional preparation.  The financial and business models outlined in your proposal enhance the probability of success. The nature of the competitive bid process means you have one opportunity to demonstrate why you should be wining bidder.  RMD utilizes its financial and management expertise to assist its clients in their development of sound proposals, bids, and concept packages. Your decision will enable RMD to guide you through the process of developing what you need to accomplish your goal.  We can help you implement your plans  and introduce you to the institutions and investors who can fund your venture.

Tax Return Preparation, Tax planning, and Estate Planning

RMD utilizes cutting edge technology and premier customer service to provide, quick, dependable, and affordable  tax preparation for our clients.  Before it's anyone else's money, it's your money; you want to minimize your taxes by paying the least amount of taxes legally, while always protecting yourself against the risk of an audit.

Business Valuation

Business valuation is a process to estimate the economic value of an owner’s interest in a business. Valuations are used by business owners to determine the "value of an on-going business concerns." Every business valuation includes a Normalization (recasting) of the financial statement in accordance with Statutory Fair Value: #11 Normalizing Adjustment per GAAP.  In the process of a formal valuation certain adjustments to standard “historical” financial statements prepared using generally accepted accounting principles may be necessary to derive the pure value of a business. In addition to estimating the selling price of a business, the same valuation tools are often used by business appraisers to resolve disputes related to estate and gift taxation, divorce litigation, allocate business purchase price among business assets, establish a formula for estimating the value of partners' ownership interest for buy-sell agreements, and many other business and legal purposes.  RMD's analysis of a company's historical financial statements, and recasting of financial statements can reflect how new ownership would affect a company's earnings and cash flow. We also considered the market value of any real estate, equipment, inventory, and other hard assets that would be transferred in the sale, as well as the intangible aspects that make your business appealing.  The business valuation process can be very complex and time-consuming, and takes quite a lot of experience to do well. There are a number of valuation methods that business appraisers have at their disposal, and even choosing the correct method (or more likely, the correct combination of methods) to use in a given situation can be considered more of an art than a science.  Business valuation methods fall into the following categories, depending on what their major focus is:

Business and Strategic Plans

The process starts by you deciding what your goals are: get a loan, identify an investor or a strategic partnership, and/or generate more revenues. The decision to develop a corporate "operating plan" centers around whether it should be a "business plan" or "strategic plan."  A business plan is a formal statement of a set of business goals, the reasons why they are believed attainable, and the plan for reaching those goals. It may also contain background information about the organization or team attempting to reach those goals. Business plans may also target changes in perception and branding by the customer, client, tax-payer, or larger community. When the existing business is to assume a major change or when planning a new venture - a 3 to 5 year business plan is required since investors will look for their annual return in the 3 to 5 year time.  While, a strategic plan is a step by step guide, created by a business or organization, to map out how it will reach goals, and set a foundation so the entire company knows what will happen and what is expected of them. Essentially, it provides a "recipe" of how to achieve a stated vision, for the chosen target market, and how a company serves customers consistently, effectively and profitably every single time. A strategic alliance can transform a small regional firm in to an international concern within three to five years. Whether you have a new Internet platform, exciting restaurant concept, or current retail business you would like to expand, RMD has the experience to assist you in reaching your goals.  Creating effective business and strategic plans, feasibility studies, proposals, bids, and concept packages is difficult and requires considerable experience and expertise.   

Grant Writing

Successful grant writing requires a clear understanding of grantsmanship.  Grants provide money and other resources to aid and assist organizations in funding and completing projects that benefit the public.  Agencies and governments offer the opportunity to receive funding for specific types of studies and research each year to individuals, public agencies, schools, non-profit organizations, and corporations. A complex and all-encompassing application must be completed in order for an organization to be considered to receive the grant money. It is the writer's responsibility to complete all the components of the application process and submit the application to the funding agency on time.  The major components of our grant writing service include;

  • Funding Search:   We search and  develop a list of potential funding resources.  

  • Proposal Development: Our company will write and develop grants via the Internet.  Our service includes consulting, utilizing needs assessments, and brainstorming workable solutions,  as well as cultivating goals and objectives.  We draft an evaluation plan, prepare documents for submission, proof read, submit to the funding source and follow-up. 

  • Grant Research: If your organization has a proposal, but not the funding source, our company will locate new sources, and we re-write your proposal to fit the new guidelines and re-submit to the new source.

  • Grant Proposal Review: If your organization wants a completed proposal evaluated prior to submission to the funding source, our company can help.   We proofread it making sure it matches the Request for Proposal and funding guidelines.  We score the proposal, identify weaknesses and make suggestions.

  • Grant Proposal Evaluation: If your organization wrote a proposal and requires a professional evaluation, we create the appraisal section of the proposal, and conduct a professional evaluation providing a summative and/or formative expression of the data.   

Private Placements

In order to secure capital from private investors, or non-family members, the Securities and Exchange Commission requires the firm issuing the security to prepare a Regulation D Private Placement Memorandum (PPM). The PPM is required in order to raise capital from individual and institutional investors. The PPM legal document requires a high level of skill and experience and our people are experts in the drafting of this important legal document; which generates funding via the issuing of private shares of stock or security interest.

Private shares cannot be sold as easily. Because private shares represent a stake in a company that is not listed on any exchange, finding a buyer may be difficult. The lack of information about most private companies tends to dissuade investors, who are usually very reluctant to buy into a company that they know nothing about. Hence, the written document (PPM) you provide to each potential investor must comply with the Securities and Exchange Commission's Regulation D Private Placement Memorandum (PPM) requirements.

Simply printing “stock certificates” and accepting money from investors without complying with Regulation D is “securities fraud!” Yes, that's the same Federal law which put Bernard Madoff in Federal Prison for life. Bottom line, if you accept the public's money for securities you must comply with the SEC's Regulation D. RMD can help your firm develop successful funding strategies for your short and long term needs. Our network of lenders and investors can enable to you focus on running your company instead of getting financing.  

Accounting, Bookkeeping, Consultation Services

RMD provide personalized bookkeeping, accounting, and consultation services. When you outsource accounting responsibilities to RMD, you will save your firm the cost of hiring, training and managing a bookkeeper and gain the advantage of having an experienced team of Accountants to manage your most important financial issues.

The purpose of your project will determine the scope of work and pricing, for example;  1.) a working capital or long-term loan package would be $500. plus 2% of the funded loan amount. 2.) a business plan to secure an investor would cost $750. plus 3% of the initial investment. and 3.) the creation of a feasibility study or strategic plans would range from $500. to $1,500.   The pricing of most services is driven by how comprehensive  the project is and the resources RMD has to invest in the project.

A review of our sample engagement agreement will provide details about the scope of services offered.


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