Tag Archives: Accounting

8 questions you’ll be asked when selling your business

questions

Thought Leadership  presented by Foresight CFO Consulting, Inc. One of the most intimidating aspects of selling your business can be facing the barrage of questions during the various management presentations you’ll be doing for potential acquirers. Be prepared to be grilled on all facets of your operations. Of course, every meeting will be different, but here are some questions you can ...

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The CFO perspective: How a CFO thinks, acts and implements

CFO perspective

Thought Leadership  presented by Foresight CFO Consulting, Inc.   Last week while lunching with the CEO of one of our client companies, he asked frankly, “Help me to understand. What is the CFO’s perspective? What role do you play in most companies?” In all honesty, he got me thinking. After all, if one CEO has this question I’m sure there are ...

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Looking toward the future: Accounting and preparation

accounting and preparation

Thought Leadership on an Execution Planning presented by GetBusinessMomentum. Since times immemorial, organizations have implemented an annual cycle. This has included full cultures, groups, communities, and more recently, businesses. We prepare each cycle by accounting, taking stock, by preparing, by planning. There are two themes for this period: accounting and preparation. They are different, yet interdependent. Because how we account for the past is how we prepare ...

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Money management: Why CEOs should embrace financial outsourcing

Larry Alton

If you’ve ever belonged to a club or community organization, then you know that the hardest position to fill is always the treasurer. No one wants to be responsible for making sure the money is handled correctly, and the same feeling pervades many business environments, especially when they’re just getting started.

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Using outsourced bookkeeping to your advantage

Thought Leadership on Growth Strategies for Technology Companies presented by Wiss & Co. Profitable firms typically have a multitude of responsibilities to deal with each day, with many struggling to efficiently balance each and every task. Engulfed in deadlines and assignments, it is easy for something to be miscounted or go wrong. Fortunately, there are dynamic services, such as outsourced ...

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What can CEOs learn from choreographers? It starts with fire

Mathew Heggem

The act of making dance — just like the act of building a business — has to start with a fire. It’s hard work that requires discipline, dedication and perseverance. And, simply put, both artists and entrepreneurs understand wholeheartedly that you cannot create greatness without that fuel.

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To become a great leader, first accept who you are

Mathew Heggem

As both the CEO of an accounting firm and a professional dance artist, one of the toughest lessons I’ve had to learn is how to reconcile these two aspects of my life. For a long time, they seemed at odds, and I felt I had to hide one so the other could flourish. But now, I’ve embraced both my artistic and business-oriented sides.

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How much is your business worth? Find out in 4 simple steps

Thought Leadership on Growth to Exit Strategies presented by Falcon Capital Partners, LLC. You may have heard that business valuation is as much an art as it is a science, and that certainly holds true. No two valuations are alike, and in the end, your business is worth what someone is willing to pay for it. While it can be ...

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