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The live Webinar offer the opportunity to ask questions and interact with other participants. 


Wednesday, April 22, 2020 at 9 AM Bermuda time

The cost of each Webinar is $95 (CAD) plus 13% HST. This is a Bermuda version, but 97% will apply in any country.  To register, click here .  Upon registering, the Zoom Webinar link will be provided to you with the PDF confirmation you download.  After the course, you will be provided a PD Certificate, if the Zoom shows you were logged into the Webinar. If you have any questions, please email

The Self-Study course consists of the two hour video accessed via Vimeo available for the 30 days and course material.  It costs $85 (CAD) plus 13% HST.  This is a Bermuda version, but 97% will apply in any country. To purchase access to this material consisting of the video on Vimeo and the course material via PDF,  click here .



 Practical Work Solutions from Case Discussions, 11AM Eastern time

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Webinar - Practical Work Solutions from Case Discussions, 1 PM Eastern time

Practical Tips To Get Through a Cash Crisis

This special 2 hour course provides a wide range of useful tips for accountants and business owners in Bermuda, facing a business/cash crisis due to the COVID-19 and recession impacts, or due to other reasons. It is offered in both live Webinar and Self-Study versions.


The tips are illustrated through specific examples and stories obtained from real life experience.  They will help all types of businesses as well as Not-For-Profit organizations and charities.  The course should more than pay itself with specific ideas that save cash. 


This session was created and is presented by veteran CFO Stephen Priddle who has created seminars that nearly 12,000 accountants have attended and are known for practicality, examples, and humour.

The course does not cover bankruptcy laws.   Crisis veterans may know some of the tips, but will still get new ones.  Some content is from other seminars authored by the course creator.

What you’ll learn

  • The attitude required

  • Negotiating with suppliers

  • How to talk to your employees and cut payroll costs

  • Your bank and the crisis

  • Alternative financing options

  • Key advantages and watch-outs on some government programs that help

  • Cost-cutting ideas

  • Ethics in a cash flow crisis

  • Tricky situations that arise

  • Thinking outside the box for solutions

  • Stress reduction for you

Who will benefit

The session is aimed at anybody who is facing a business cash crisis or advising in relation to one, for any type of organization.  This includes accountants at every level, advisors and business owners.


Past feedback

  • Your seminar was a great review of tools and things available to company in this difficult cash flow time.

  • Well presented, like the questions and instant feedback

  • Enjoyed the people side of the equation and the ideas to soften the impact on the employees

  • Cash flow is a topic that we all deal with but it is seldom discussed in formal training

  • I like that the course touched on the legal background

  • I think that the tips and tricks are great

  • I like your style and approach of PD making it less dry then most courses I have taken

  • I will be applying your bank and payables tips

  • I liked your bank ___ tip - had not thought of that, and is a great point

  • It was a great online class

  • A good reminder on ethical standards

  • Many of the topics/solutions can also be applied to everyday cash flow management and cash flow management of fast growing companies

  • Some of the options …. are things I have not thought about and will keep in mind going forward.

  • I liked your tip create cash flow forecasts around _____  

  • I found this course to be very helpful in developing a comprehensive approach to cash management

  • I liked the focus was on how to manage through a crisis, however, the overall message was something we can take and apply to our everyday cash management…“Bad habits are made in good times”.  

  • Slides were great

  • I like the tips about options besides layoffs

  • A good resource

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