2Go Blog: Family Office

Small Business and Growth Plateaus

In this blog, lead of CFOs2GO Small Business Practice, Doug Kennedy discusses how obvious and subtle changes are equally important when small businesses grow, and explains how to recognize them. Read More

The Value Surprise in Selling Your Business

In this post, CFOs2GO Partner, Doug Kennedy describes a frequent problem we encounter with founder/owners looking to sell their business. Read More

What is the Right Level of Financial Leadership in a Rapidly Growing Business?

In this blog, Bob builds on his previous blog “Is it Time to Hire a CFO?” and addresses the full range of financial leadership and accounting positions between bookkeeper and CFO that can be required when a company is experiencing the dynamics of growth. He goes further into commenting on financial titles and to what businesses they are relevant to. Read More

The Electronic Payments Series: No. 1 – A Challenge for Banks

Much like the dramatic changes impacting the taxi industry driven by ride sharing “brokers” such … Read More

Succession Planning Rethought

Few issues trouble a business owner more than how they are going to exit a … Read More

QuickBooks Clinic Series No. 4: Popular Add-ons

In this post I address some of the most popular add-ons to the QuickBooks accounting … Read More

Hiring by Formula, a Disaster in the Making: The Top Five Values Delivered by the Professional Recruiter

Computers and the internet have given us unparalleled productivity improvements. Anybody remember having to write … Read More

International M&A: Why Taxes Matter Even for Small Companies

In the past year I’ve seen an increasing amount of M&A activity especially with my … Read More

QuickBooks Clinic Series: No. 3 Add-ons: Can they streamline your accounting processes?

In previous installments of the QuickBooks Clinic Series, I’ve talked about issues users typically encounter … Read More

Working From 62 to 74 – Civic Responsibility Or Is It Just Economically Sensible?

In 2010, the world had 16 people aged 65 and over for every 100 adults … Read More