What Is Offered:
I, Brenda Hudelson have a B.A. in accounting and began Expense Reduction Services in 1993 with over 10 years experience in public and private accounting prior. I have specialized training in telecom expense reduction and overhead expense reduction that will help local government, mid-sized businesses, and non-profits save money.
Savings are focused on goods and services. I work with you and your employees to identify your requirements so that the savings brought forward are relevant and useful.
You will receive written reports of saving opportunities, identifying how to put them in place. If there are no savings or if you choose not to implement these oppotunities there are no fees.
Usually all expense categories except wages, benefits, insurance and inventory, are considered for savings opportunities. Those with savings potential are pulled out for closer scrutiny. If you are a local government, it is likely that “in town” vendors will be eliminated from the review.
Why Start Today
- Find where you can save
- No obligations
- You keep the control
- You define your requirements
- You make the decisions
- 94% of clients have found savings
Past Clients Include:
*Photo Credit to Brenda Hudelson
Dow Rummel Village, Sioux Falls, SD
Dow Rummel Village learned about savings opportunities available in electricity, CATV, telecom and sewer charges worth $77,000 annually. It has chosen to implement 60% of the findings to date. Some items are pending outcomes with building remodeling and construction.
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Platte County, Columbus, NE
I have been able to help Platte County save significantly on its telecom by doing an in depth review on two separate engagements. The last engagement cut the local service 61%.
*Photo Credit to Alex Carey, Burlington, IA
City of Burlington, Iowa
I was able to find the City of Burlington, Iowa $68,000 in savings on their utilities in the first year, of which $36,000 will be recurring annually. Smaller savings were found in three other expense areas worth another $13,000 annually. The City used 95% of the findings provided, eager to save money.
- Utilities (electricity, gas, water, sewer, garbage, telecom, CATV)
- Chemicals, janitorial products
- Waste treatment and removal
- Couriers, express mail, freight
- Emergency management expenses
- Facilities management (HVAC, fire/security systems)
- Factory/shop supplies
- Maintenance contracts
- Medical supplies and drugs
- Medical and welding gases
- Office expenses
- Packaging and packaging supplies
- Printing, stationery, forms
- Raw materials
- Taxes and recoveries
- Uniforms, work clothing, safety wear
- Vendor billing: prices paid vs. prices contracted
- And many more