Created by the Industry, for the Industry.

Business & Finance

Business & Finance Description

The complexities of senior living management require an owner/operator to have a depth of knowledge of an incredible number of disciplines, that include areas of focus not only in operations. The required depth of understanding required in the fields of business and finance are vast, as owner/operators must navigate the business world for the benefit of their community and residents. In addition to serving the daily needs of residents, owners must have experience in accounting, real estate, banking, insurance, billing, marketing, legal and human resources.

Senior GuidePost’s Business & Finance resource center is a place to help supplement an owner/operator’s knowledge base in these fields through connections with third party businesses that have experience in communities across the country and can provide insight that might not be available to management teams.

The Senior GuidePost Business & Finance category includes the following subcategories, that are continually changing as the needs of our communities change. Additionally, the Knowledge Center can be filtered to provide content specific to Business & Finance fields.



Business & Finance Subcategories

Accounting Services Asset Management Audit Services
Capital – Agency Financing Capital – Bridge / Short Term Capital – Debt
Capital – Equity & Private Equity Capital – Tax Exempt Capital – Venture Capital
Capital – Working Capital CCRC Services Commercial Banking
Consulting - Business & Finance Finance - Other Human Resources & Employee Benefits Services
Insurance Services Investment Advisory Investment Banking
Legal Services Media - Social Media Management Media, Marketing & Advertising
Medicare, Medicaid & Payor Management Owner / Operator Real Estate Investment Trust
Risk Management


Business & Finance Subcategories

Accounting Services
Asset Management
Audit Services
Capital – Agency Financing
Capital – Bridge / Short Term
Capital – Debt
Capital – Equity & Private Equity
Capital – Tax Exempt
Capital – Venture Capital
Capital – Working Capital
CCRC Services
Commercial Banking
Consulting - Business & Finance
Finance - Other
Human Resources & Employee Benefits Services
Insurance Services
Investment Advisory
Investment Banking
Legal Services
Media - Social Media Management
Media, Marketing & Advertising
Medicare, Medicaid & Payor Management
Owner / Operator
Real Estate Investment Trust
Risk Management


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