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Improving Financial Reporting to the Board: Is Your Board Bored?

At a next board meeting, study the behaviors of the directors when they listen to … Read More

Health Science, Angels and Earthly Talent

Among the thrills I experience in working in the health science industry are the amazing … Read More

Don’t Get Married After the First Interview Date: How Assessments Help You Make Wise Choices

In this blog, Jodi discusses the consequences of not including assessments in a company’s hiring practice and the best way to going about them. Read More

How Cost Segregation Can Improve ROI On Your Healthcare Facility

In this blog, lead partner for the Healthcare and Life Science Practice Group, Joe Markunas and co-author, Managing Director for Cost Recovery Solutions, LLC., Robert Rahner detail how cost segregation is a valuable tax tool which can result in tax savings for property owners. Read More

Accounting for foreign currency: Will you get lost in translation?

In this blog, CFOs2GO’s newest Partner and co-lead of the International Practice Group, Marcus Bergen provides a brief refresher course of the methodology to follow in order to properly account for foreign currencies under U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (US GAAP). Read More

Consumer Brands

I Already Have an Accounting Team. Why Do I Need Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A)?

One of the top priorities of a growing company is to build a finance team … Read More

The Family Bank

In this blog, Doug Kennedy discusses the benefits of the family bank in regards to financial discipline and business development by family members and how it can eliminate potential conflicts. Read More

Consulting CFOs: The Power of Affiliation

In this blog, Bob discusses why it is important for independent consultants to have affiliation and community in order for them to truly grow professionally. Read More

Consumer Brands

Is the Annual Budget a Colossal Waste of Time?

In this blog, Joe discusses the importance of budgeting in establishing operational goals, timelines, and resource requirements. He addresses the most common complaints and provides improvements that can be made in order to establish a credible financial plan. Read More

Making the Finance Operation the Best it Can Be

In this blog, Bob discusses several operational changes that your organization can make to ensure performance improvement. Read More