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Tyler McBroom has a passion for helping you to gain more cash flow and grow. He’s a CPA and he wants you to know where your money is going to pay less in tax and become financially free.

Tyler McBroom is managing a partner at measure results CPAs. And it’s a firm he runs with his dad and his dad started his first firm when he was three months old. And then now this is their second firm, and they are growing it together. And they are focused on helping business owners pay as little tax as legally possible and stay out of trouble with a big emphasis on staying out of trouble and increase their cash flow and profits as they grow their business.

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Cash Flow and Grow Your Business with Tyler McBroom, CPA

Brett:

I’m excited about our next guest. He has a passion for helping you to gain more cash flow and grow. He’s a CPA and he wants you to know where your money is going to pay less in tax and become financially free. He has an amazing story to share with us. Coming up here, please welcome to the show with me, Tyler McBroom. Hey, Tyler, how are you doing?

Tyler:

Hey, Brett, great. How are you? It’s great to be here.

Brett:

Hey, absolutely. Thanks. Thanks for being here. And would you give our listeners a little bit more about your focus? And as well, a little bit more about your story?

Tyler:

Yeah, so I am managing a partner at measure results CPAs. And it’s a firm I run with my dad and he started his first firm when I was three months old. And then now this is his second firm, and we’re growing it together. And we’re really focused on helping business owners pay as little tax as legally possible and stay out of trouble with a big emphasis on staying out of trouble and increase their cash flow and profits as they grow their business. And so it’s really about maximizing profits and minimizing taxes. And we are also partnered with Tony Robbins, the personal development motivational speaker and businessman extraordinaire were the US partner in his global accounting advisors Alliance. And so I speak at his business mastery events, and we help a lot of business owners and I teach them through a lot of the topics that hopefully we’ll dive into today. And, and that’s been a really fun opportunity to participate in as well.

Brett:

Amazing. We’ll dive into all of that. And that part of that story is gonna be really cool. For the first question to help our listeners get to know you a little bit more as well as myself because we’re reading for the first time although we’re both located here in Roseville, California, we’re talking about I’m about a mile and a half from where Tyler’s recording right now is where I’m at recording. And so in Roseville, for those who don’t know, if you’re listening nationally is in Northern California, Sacramento region. And so it’s kind of a small world, we attend the same gym, and it’s a lifetime fitness anyways, small world. All that being said, Tyler, help our listeners to learn a little bit more about you. I want to take a step back. I believe we’ve all been given certain gifts in this life. And I believe some people call them superpowers or strengths. I believe in their God-given gifts and I believe that have been given to us to be a blessing for others. And so I’m curious, what’s that one or two gifts that you believe you were given? And how do those gifts help how you help and bless others today?

Tyler:

That’s an awesome question. I think one of the things that I have been blessed with is the ability to take complex topics and make them simple and understandable to someone who is totally foreign to that topic. And I think that’s what’s really served me well. Both as I’ve grown kind of my social media presence and then what Tony ended up seeing and me and that’s really kind of been my Avenue and my niche in the tech spaces. Yes, I’m can be creative and help people pay less tax but really even more so really, really good at taking those creative concepts and explaining it in a way that excites business owners at least that’s what they’ve told me and making make taxes exciting, which is not an easy task. So I think that’s definitely one of them. And then I am an accountant. So numbers have always come easy to me. So not every accountant is good at math, but math has always been something that like you know, driving whenever we go on roads. trips with my parents with my family, I’d just be doing math problems in my head just to pass the time. And so that that definitely has served me well, as an accountant, even though I actually got my degree in creative writing, and then found my way back into accounting when I got tired of being broke.

Brett::

That’s awesome. So making complex, simple, complex thoughts or strategies, or ideas simple. And then being really good at numbers. I think that’s a, those are two amazing attributes to have as a CPA, because you’re right, and the motivational part too, right? Because taxes can be a little bit dry at times. Right, but vitally important. Yeah. And keep, you know, especially given what’s happening with, with just the national debt, and some of the challenges that we’re facing as Americans and raising taxes, which maybe we can touch on in a minute. So I love that by the way, what did you grow up at?

Tyler:

About an hour south of here in a little town called Ripon, California, so it’s in the Central Valley where most people think of California think of surfing on the beach. And it’s about as far from that as possible. It’s farmland, you know, flat and brown as far as the eye can see. And, and so I grew up my family is all there and the town of about 15,000 people, they go water towers, what it’s known for, then so that’s where I grew up.

Brett:

Neat, very, very rainy. Here’s the first question I have for you. Or another question I have for you is, when did you become really obsessed with helping others achieve financial freedom with their wealth through creative tax planning and strategies?

Tyler:

As I mentioned, my dad and I can’t remember what was in the intro, or before we were chatting, my dad and I are business partners. And he started his first firm when I was three months old. And so I grew up, when we went on ski trips, the friends were always clients. And I’d hear tax strategies and all that when I was in the car growing up all the time. And of course, I thought being an accountant meant just putting numbers in a box and sitting behind a computer all day long. I didn’t think it meant talking to people and actually advising them and helping them. So I went as far away as possible from that career, hence, the creative writing degree. And when I was in college, it was kind of the run-up in the big economic rise in the early 2000s. And they were saying, all you need is a degree, it doesn’t matter what it’s in to get a job and really thrive. And then in 2008, when there was a major economic collapse, I learned that was not the truth. And when you have an English, especially a creative writing degree, in an economic major recession, there’s not a lot of job opportunities there. So I got tired of being broke, and went back to business school, got my business degree, and then kind of dabbled in some marketing and working for a marketing agency, a little bit of financial planning, and then realize that, you know, helping businesses, lower their tax bill is actually a pretty good career, kind of in the conversations that I had when I was doing some of the financial planning. And then a couple of years out of grad school, I decided to go, you know, actually, pursue this and take this seriously. And that was in 20, 2011, 2012. And so kind of went down that avenue of getting my CPA and working in a CPA firm. I’ve always had a passion for social media and teaching, actually before I decided that accounting was a good career, and a dabbled in thinking about maybe becoming just becoming a teacher. And so I’ve kind of took that love of passion of teaching that passion, the power of social media, and married that into the tax knowledge that I’ve gained in the first few years of being a tax professional. So I went and got the expertise there first, and then I started talking about it. And so that really, you know, married my professional skills with my actual passion, and ended up after a couple of years of doing it just has been really, really rewarding for us in terms of our business growth and our company growth. And also, just for me personally, the messages that I get of how we’ve helped even if they’re not a client, and they’re just, you know, part of, the tax savers nation that I call them. So that’s kind of how that came about in terms of my passion for helping business owners work towards their financial freedom. Beautiful. 

Brett:

So now let’s dive right into more of the tactical now appreciate the background. So for the high net worth individual who’s successful in businesses in real estate, how did they create more cash flow and growth and your new book is coming out, perhaps or to touch on some topics in there, but yeah, maybe the three maybe the one or two secrets that you could share with us for the mid-size or bigger size to really cash flow and grow their business. In their profits?

Tyler:

Yeah, absolutely. So the first is, and this is where your expertise comes in. And this is where a lot of my expertise comes in, is getting a handle on your tax bill. Taxes are your largest expense in your life. And it’s something that you can’t avoid, you can minimize, but you can’t avoid even, you know, forever. And so first and foremost, to improve cash flow in your business, you got to get a handle on your taxes. And I can’t tell you how many people come to us and say, Man, I wish I would have talked to you when I started my business, and not waited six years, how much that would have cost me and so getting a handle on your taxes first. Next, is part of getting a handle on your taxes means actually having an accurate set of financials. And so getting a system in place where your books are up to date. And you’re not just using your accountant, as a historian, but as a proactive advisor looking forward, and looking at your profits and your cash flow, which is all part of a foundation of having up to date current numbers is what most people do what most business owners do, and especially when they come to us for the first time is they do the manage their business by bank balance method. And that is what that means is okay, every morning when they wake up, they get a cup of coffee, and they open up and they log into their bank account. And if there’s money in it, they spend money. And if there’s no cash in the account, then they either put on the credit card or they say let’s hold off on paying any of that right now. There are no actual profit decisions. There’s no benchmarking against how the best in their industry are doing it. And they’re just kind of flying blind and flying by the seat of their pants. And so it starts with a foundation of having a strong, good set of books. So getting your tax situation in place, having a great foundation of an accurate set of books. And then the third is then and I kind of hinted at it just a bit ago is actually moving towards where you’re proactively looking out to how to make your business more profitable. So it’s not just about having the numbers, it’s using them to make decisions with your business. So it’s taking your numbers that, you know, ran over the last quarter and plugging it into industry benchmarking tools to say, what is a business of the same size, doing in terms of what they’re spending on their headcount, what are they spending on marketing? What are they spending on rent, so you can see how you’re performing against that. And you might be way more profitable. And that’s awesome. And now you know it and keep doing the same thing. Or you might be making a 10% profit on your revenue when in reality, the rest of your competitors are making 20% on it. And so we need to look at why is that the case, and we can look at how you’re doing against that, and make a plan for increasing those profits and increasing your cash flow.

Brett:

Civitella records so much were in there, Tyler? Thank you for sharing that. And I’m gonna do a quick summary and then ask you about the biggest false belief that you know, business owners need to get over in order to implement those things. But if I caught three, I really loved how you said historian versus advisor. Right historian versus advisor right? And times CPAs telling you what’s happened or maybe you’re doing yourself and just looking back, versus being proactive and looking forward and navigating through this. I love what you said, managing business by bank account, right, versus proactively benchmarking and looking at, you know, a good set of books, I think of it as the sports analogy, right? We, we watch sports a lot. And we look at stats, and we compare stats constantly for you know, NFL players and basketball players. And so why aren’t we taking the game of you to know, the game of business, which it is a game, right? Yeah, using that and looking at stats. So what’s the latency? What’s the biggest false belief that you helped her clients overcome, as it pertains to implementing these things, which are plainly obvious what you just said?

Tyler:

Yeah, I think the if it, I don’t know if it’s the biggest place, but one that comes up a whole lot. And it kind of dovetails right into what you said on the stats and keeping score is that so many people are focused on All that matters is the top line. Let’s grow the revenue. Let’s grow the top line, you know, we’re up 40% or up 10%. We’re up 100%. But they’re not focused on the bottom line. And so the biggest belief of Miss misbelief is that it’s not just about what you make, it’s about what you keep. And so everyone, when we get to go to masterminds or go to conferences, everyone’s asking in benchmarking, how’s business going? It’s all always against that top-line number. It’s never again What do you actually bring to the bottom line? How many days of cash? Do you have sitting in your bank account so that you have a war chest and reserves? So it’s just literally about well, you know, we sold more money. Now, it’s not even whether you collected the money, it’s whether you build it, and you can’t make payroll on, you know, accounts receivable. And so the biggest misconception and one of my missions to change that misconception is, it’s not just about that top-line revenue number. And that’s what the cash flow and grow book is all about, is changing that misconception.

Brett:

Once again, that is so true. But what do you do? Right? So you sit down with somebody? And then I mean, do you shake him and say, Brett, it’s not about the top line? Right? It’s about the bottom line. I mean, what is the let’s talk about the systems and the processes and the steps that you help people put in place, right, maybe services that you provide? Let’s dive right into that. What would be step number one? Look, Tyler, everything you just said is spot on? I need help with that. What is step number one?

Tyler:

Yeah. So step number one is you start with the kind of goal discovery process, let’s say, Where are you right now? Where do you want to be if we can wave a magic wand? And a year, two years out from now, where do you want to be in terms of not just having a business, but headcount, cash in the bank, all that. So we have an in target, and then really how you shake them and get them as you say it, it really starts with that industry benchmarking analysis. Because if we can pull that up, and say, Look, you’re doing this if you just make a couple of these tweaks, and it doesn’t even have to change your life that much, just a couple small tweaks, it’s going to do that. And then you show them the end result of what that would be, then that’s, that’s a wake-up call, for example, a great example, this actually is in my own family, my mom has a children’s clothing store, it’s a boutique children’s clothing store. And she, she actually worked there when we were kids. And then she bought it about 10 years ago when all the kids were gone. And so she needed something to do. And so she took it over and was running it, but she said it feels like we’re always discounting like it, we’re always, there are so many clothes, the people love our selection. But we always have to put so much on sale. And so we said, okay, well, what do we do for our clients, let’s do the same thing for my mom. And we pulled the industry benchmark on what does a typical boutique clothing store of her size, you know, has as a profit margin and as cost of goods sold. And it turned out that based on her size, her Cost of Goods Sold was about $50,000 higher in terms of profit margin, or sorry, the lower total cost of goods sold was higher. So she had $50,000, less than profit. We also looked at her average days in inventory. So like the average daily sales and inventory, which is a great benchmark, if you have a product. And her inventory that she was carrying, was about $50,000. Higher. So she was $50,000 lower in terms of profit and had $50,000 more tied up in inventory that wasn’t sitting in cash. So by looking at that, and we say, Okay, if we just make these tweaks, and you only spend this much, we had a budget for each time she went to the market to go buy clothes, it’ll increase profits by 50,000, and increase your cash balance by $50,000. So it’s literally a $100,000 swing in cash, just by making a couple of small tweaks, and then having an actual budget and plan when she goes to buy the product. So when you paint that picture and that vision for the outcome. And this and this isn’t like a, you know, an eight-figure business here. $100,000 cash swing in that profit margin is huge. And when I told the story at the Tony Robbins business mastery event, and said, you know, how useful would this be your business? You can’t believe how many people were like, yes, please, like this is, you know, Major, like so. So that is kind of how you shake them as you just show them the end and you paint the vision of what their life could be. If we just make these couple tweaks that really, they aren’t dramatic changes. They’re just a couple of small tweaks.

Brett:

So well said and so much was in there and I can’t wait to get your book to break this down maybe even more and excited about that cash flow and grow to be released soon by the way. And it really leads me to my next question which is hiring the who versus being the how right and and and in realizing that just because you may not understand or have I like to say ride the bike right until you’re riding the bike with Tyler and going through this, this process right of envisioning your wealth plan but also looking at your actual income and expenses. And then looking at compared to benchmarking versus other industries, right or people in your same industry. I mean, and then and then going through this process of making some small tweaks. Of course, it’s not gonna be comfortable, right? you’ve ever done before. You’re used to the old habits, right? And the old ways of doing things. But do you need to hire a who like Tyler to break down? Is that a fair summary?

Tyler:

Yeah, I mean, I’m biased opinion. But yes, I would agree. So this actually happens a lot. Where when they have this initial consultation, and we do kind of a couple of months discovery, usually we do like a four-hour deep dive, let’s go into your goals before you really commit to the ongoing and they go, Okay, great, that’s awesome information. I think I got this on my own. And then inevitably, part of it is, you just don’t know numbers as we do as professional CFOs and professional accountants. But you’re busy running your business. I mean, most people start a business because they’re really, really good at what they do. And then they have what Michael Gerber from the E myth calls an entrepreneurial seizure, and they go and they start a business. Now, that doesn’t mean that they had got a background in accounting, right, and or background insurance or a background in sales, they just, they’re really good at making their widget or delivering their service. And so you speed the process up so much by relying and leaning on professionals. And we do that in our business. I mean, we spent six figures last year on coaching, and so it’s the same thing on you know, any area of expertise that you don’t specifically have in your business, you’re gonna get a 10, or a hundredfold return on, you know, what, whatever the investment is, with, with those people, the same thing with, you know, marketing people, or sales teams or insurance. Yeah, like I said, so beautiful.

Brett:

Thanks for sharing that, not questions that potential clients of yours should ask, given what we just talked about so far, or even questions of potential clients don’t ask, but should.

Tyler:

As far as asking when they’re considering your services? Yeah. In this business? Yes. So to me, it’s one of the first things is if you go to a professional and you’re working with a professional for the first time, one of the things we start with is looking at your tax returns and ways that we can save you money in taxes. So going through that, and asking them what their philosophy is on tax advising. And if they’re not there to, and they don’t give you a couple of actual nuggets, that’s gonna make them a profit center for you. That’s your CPA should be a profit center for you, whether it’s an increased profit, in your business from a proactive consulting side, or literally lowering your taxes and putting more cash in your bank account. So asking them, you know, what can you do for me, from a strategic standpoint, is a great place to start. The question that I get a lot is, what’s the number one thing I can do to lower my tax bill? And the answer actually, is you are not that sexy, and it just has a good set of books. So I would say, ask, ask them what their if they do bookkeeping, and that’s something you’re looking at using them for, ask them for their kind of cadence of delivering the work, it’s really, really critical that you have timely information. And with technology out there available these days, there’s no excuse for not having a system and a service where you’re getting at least, you know, as, as early as last week, or the last two weeks of financial information. It used to be that, you know, you’d be a couple of months behind and you’d get last quarter’s books Two months later when they close. Now, it’s got to be timely information. And so that’s a really, really critical question to ask is, what’s the rhythm of communication and rhythm of when we’re going to get a deliverable on our product? And then I’d also ask, you know, have you worked with my industry, there’s some really, you know, unique niche industries out there that are one-offs. And so it’s going to be hard to find a professional that works in that industry. But if you find someone who knows your business, they’re going to be able to anticipate the problems that you’re going to foresee as you grow. Because let’s say you’re a $500,000 revenue company right now, and you’re on pace to be Tyler: million next year. Well, there’s probably that I know, for a fact, there are people who have earned Tyler: million of revenue in your business, and they’ve gone through those pitfalls and those issues of rising up to that. And so having a professional, whether it’s a CFO who’s worked in that niche, or someone who’s an expert who’s already been there, that can kind of say, okay, you’re approaching this milestone, these are the road bumps that you got to look out for. Having that in your back pocket and making sure that they’re there up to speed on those road bumps is another critical thing. piece to look for in a proactive advisor. 

Brett:

Beautiful. I love that. So really the rhythm of deliverables, right? The cadence for delivery the systems that they’re using, and making sure that they’re delivering, you know, timely information so you can make decisions. And, and having something that’s proactive, so, absolutely love all that. So we are running out of time. So you’re ready for the lightning round?

Tyler:

Yes, sir.

Brett:

All right. So what is the one project that you’re working on that’s most important to you at the moment? And what impact do you envision having for others?

Tyler:

Besides wrapping up my book, I’ve got a new program I’m developing called the Cash Profit Accelerator, in which we have a certain minimum threshold of business owner, annual fee investment, and it’s really an established business owner that’s out there. But there are so many business owners out there that need a lot of the help and strategies and, and guidance that we offer. And so I’m actually working with Tony on this to put together a program that allows us to reach people at scale and coach them through the different stages of business they need to be looking out for. And so I’m hoping to roll that out in the next month or two here. But that’s something that I’m really, really excited about because we’ve got our kind of one on one work with our situation. But we’re only so limited on the amount that we can do that and so incredibly excited to be able to on what I’m building in this new program that we’re gonna have.

Brett:

Amazing. And that leads into, I think, a really important question to make sure their audience gets answered. So working with Tony Robbins, and imagine everyone wants to work with Tony Robbins and be a part of his strategic alliance partnerships, moving to do rolling out stuff like the cash profit accelerator. So give us that story. How did you meet Tony? And how did you build a relationship and move into like, basically like business partners?

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Tyler:

Yeah, absolutely. It was, it was several years in the making. And it really started with and I started with when I became a partner. My dad said, he didn’t want to take a cut and pay to bring me on as a partner. So we’ve got to grow this thing. And I said, Okay, let’s grow it. And so I switched to, I’m a growth-minded person, I always have been involved in personal development, I started joining a lot of different mastermind groups. And through that got plugged in, and they wanted me one of the groups that I was in wanted me to teach a 13-week course on the basics of tax and finance. And about half the group was Canadian. And so I needed to bring in a Canadian CPA to talk on the Canadian tax piece of it got connected with someone who is the Canadian branch of the global accounting advisors program. And so he told me all about it gave me the person to talk to reached out cold emailed him and said, You know, I really think we’d be a great fit. We’re proactive, we help a lot of business owners. And then it wasn’t the right timing. And so I said, well, we’re growing anyway, so we’re gonna figure it out. So I started my Instagram, started putting myself out there just focused really on adding as much value value as possible to the United States business owner community. And then, along that journey, he joined the Forbes finance council wrote a few articles for Forbes. And I kept just staying in touch every couple of months, as we grew, hey, any chance we can chat, any chance there’s availability. And the first time we reached out was April Tyler:017. And then, in July of 2019, I got an email from his assistant and said, Hey, are you free for a quick 15-minute call? And I said, Absolutely. And so along with that journey, you know, I had been getting good at communication through the reps in front of the camera and building my social media presence. And then, basically, so Paulson Rawski is the Australian gentleman who runs the global accounting advisors, program and he said, if you can hop on a plane to Vegas, to business mastery next week, the partnership is yours. After some vetting and all of that due diligence process. And then I had met Tony or anything at that point. But we were partners with Tony’s group of companies. And then when COVID hit, we started aligning and helping businesses through getting PPP loans and helping them through that big $5 trillion program. And Tony CFO heard about it. And he reached out to me and then ended up saying, Hey, are you free to call or free for a call with Tony in 10 minutes, and I said sure. And, and then he brought me onto a zoom call and walk we walked through and I kind of helped consult them on the PPP loan process ended up Tony really liked the way that I communicated and explained Like I said, at the beginning concept complex topics in a simple way. So we did a webinar together with Tyler,000 people. And then I got the opportunity to speak at business mastery. And you know, we’re, we’re growing closer and blowing this up together. And so it kind of was a long journey over a few years of just staying persistent, doing my own thing, putting reps in developing my own skills, so that I was ready when that moment came to capitalize on it.

Brett:

Absolutely amazing. You can read a whole book on that my journey to partnering with Tony Robbins, so much wisdom. Their question here, though, really, what’s the most rewarding part about working alongside Tony Robbins?

Tyler:

It is all still a phrase that Tony says himself. If you want to be successful, you model success, and you find a model to to to model. And so just the proximity to someone who’s done all that he has done has been amazing. Like, literally, he and I were voice texting, chatting back and forth this morning. And you know, I’ve done things like I did my profit booster challenge, which is a four-day challenge that we got a couple of 1000 people into it. And I did that because I was walking closely with Tony and I saw what he did at the beach in June when the world shut down. And he had to pivot and did a free challenge to 400,000 people. Now that’s like a much bigger scale. And they’re doing another one and shooting for getting a million people into it now. But just being able to just peek behind the curtain and have proximity to him in his network has been incredibly rewarding. And also just getting to know someone who is you know, you see him on this big stage and has been known. He’s coached like every living president and, and then actually getting to know him and seeing that he’s super congruent with his message, as a person has been really cool to see as well.

Brett:

Amazing. Well, I appreciate you sharing that story. And that, that’s really incredible. Congratulations. And we’re going to finish with the last question because we’re running out of time here. And this is the question after helping you know, countless individuals succeed in their financial planning their wealth, building their tax strategies. How do you stay centered, even being connected with Tony now right and doing some really big things? How do you stay centered Tyler and your values? And how do you stay encouraged to reach for new heights?

Tyler:

That is an awesome question. And it’s really a part of it is waking up early. That helps. My kids are early risers, so I got to get up really, really early to get that quiet time. But as far as staying centered, I’m, I’m constantly reflecting like, reflecting in my head on Am I going in the right way? is this? Is this my vision? Is this, you know, am I helping people the right way? Am I fulfilling my potential? You know, every time I work out when I’m at the gym, I’m thinking about that in like, the small hours in the morning, I’m thinking about it talking running dialogue in my head. So it’s really, and then, of course, taking time quarterly and annually to actually reflect and plan. But it’s really a constant dialogue in my head. And I think sometimes my wife probably gets tired of hearing me talk about it and replay and, you know, in the pivot and adjust, but it’s a constant revision and revisits and, and, and little tiny adjustments along the way. The on the balance side. And then as far as pushing new heights, it is it helps to have people you know, we’ve gone from four people to now 41 people in a matter of four years. And then so having known that my decisions basically affect and impact those 41 families not counting the business owners and clients that we help definitely puts that weight on my shoulders. And then just being in constant dialogue from people like Tony and you know, other mentors that have like Ed, my lead and Andy for Sella, and being close in proximity to them, and seeing what’s possible is just a constant mind expansion to continue pushing me down that path and I’m at that kind of place where I’m starting to get messages and questions from people that sort of saying like, I wish I could make it like you and I don’t feel like I’ve like made it at all or anything. It’s just getting started. So but I probably if I wasn’t around and in proximity to those individuals. I would be able to kind of coast a little more and say, you know, I’ve done all right and it’s cool and we’ve got you to know us multi seven-figure business and You know but it’s really about how many more people can I continue to impact and help

Brett:

Amazing Tyler I want to thank you for being on the show for sharing a bit about your story a bit about your expertise and wisdom and part of your gifts with us which is helping us to clarify our numbers right?

Tyler:

Absolutely

Brett:

To find out how to get out of our own way right hire the who not be the how. And so I want to encourage you to keep using the gifts and talents you’ve been given to bless others. And with that for our listeners who want to get in touch with the best place where to find you Tyler?

Tyler:

Let’s just go Instagram @TylerMcBroom is the best way.

Brett:

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About Tyler McBroom

Cash Flow and Grow Your Business with Tyler McBroom, CPA

Tyler McBroom, CPA, MBA, is a tax professional who loves to help his clients keep as much money as possible from Uncle Sam as they grow their businesses. He grew up hearing his CPA father talk tax strategies with his business owner friends on ski trips, and is now putting the knowledge he soaked up as a child to good use. He is now partners with his father at Measured Results, CPAs. Whether discussing tax and business strategies or the fundamentals of personal finance, Tyler also has a passion for teaching others. In his mission to help make taxes and business concepts easier to understand — “Bringing taxes to the masses,” as he likes to say — he shares his knowledge daily across various social media channels and conducts weekly in-person presentations. Outside of the finance world, Tyler loves cooking up a good meal, playing in the pool or at the beach with his wife and children, and spending as much time outdoors as possible.

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