Category: Financial Episodes
April 20, 2021
March was Haulin Assets’ best month ever. Craig and I will go over what made it such a great month. Also, the annual CVSA (Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance) Roadcheck is coming up May 4-6. We talk about what they are looking for this year and why you might want to not avoid it.
March 9, 2021
February was a great month and another month with some big changes. Listen to the podcast to hear all about what it going on.
February 9, 2021
January was another pretty good month. Mike was on the road more days than ever before, and you can see he was able to get in a pretty good number of miles. Listen to the episode to hear all the details.
January 12, 2021
December was a great way to end a very challenging year; it was one of our best months of the year. Numbers all looked really good and there wasn’t much out of the ordinary happening. Listen to the episode to hear all the details.
December 15, 2020
I want to go back to an average month, Novembers are not very kind to me. We had some issues in November and experienced our second month with a loss. It was a bit of a perfect storm, a lot of things happened. Listen to the episode to hear all the details.
November 16, 2020
Another average month. Revenue was actually higher than normal, but net income was about average. There were some higher expenses than normal. We’ll go into some of the details.
October 20, 2020
In addition to talking about financials, we talk about adding a truck. I’m about 90% sure I am going to do it, so I have started to look for another truck, trailer, and driver. Craig and I talk a bit about that.
September 22, 2020
Another month gone by and it was a unique month, we get into why. We also answer a couple questions from listeners at the end of the episode.
August 25, 2020
Things seem to be getting better and better as the months go by, but I we are clearly not out of the woods yet. July was better than June and the freight market seems to continue to move in the right direction. Rates toward the end of the month were better than the beginning of the month.
July 21, 2020
We’re still experiencing the roller coaster ride of a tough economy and a volatile freight market. With that being said, we still made money in June, it just wasn’t much. Like my dad always says, “It’s better than a swift kick in the butt.” The biggest difference this month that really affected our financials were much higher than normal maintenance and repair expenses.