Monthly Archives: March 2014

I Can’t Afford a CFO – Throw that $ Away To Save the ¢

I Can’t Afford a CFO –

Throw that $ Away To Save the ¢

 

What is your highest value to your company?  You had the initial idea, you spent the time to build the business, and you are the one who got the company to where it is today. …

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So You’re the President

So You’re the President

AND

You have a CFO

So What Exactly do You Do Everyday?

 

The CFO is an orchestra leader of resources.  As your advisor he knows when to bring in the insurance agent, the banker, the CPA.  Are you an expert in all of areas? …

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A CPA and CFO Really Aren’t the Same People!

A CPA and CFO Really Aren’t the Same People!

Or Just Because It Smells as Sweet Doesn’t Mean It’s a Rose

Many other articles compare a CFO and CPA.  A CFO does this and a CPA does not; a CPA does this and a CFO does not. …

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CPA vs. CFO, What’s the Real Difference?

 

CPA vs. CFO, What’s the Real Difference?

Different initials, but same position, right?  WRONG!

 

There are lots of ideas of which advisors are needed to be successful in business.  Ask your friends, colleagues, family members and anyone else who will talk to you about your business and they will tell you need the following two advisors:

  1. Certified Public Accountant (CPA) – To help you keep you out of trouble with the IRS and state taxing authority
  2. Attorney – To handle compliance and keep you out of legal trouble

Shortsighted businesses are more about transactions and staying out of trouble.…

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