Topic: financial leadership

Leadership: Creating Cultures that Work

Peter Drucker is known for his warning “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.”  Understanding this, any … Read More

Shifts and Gaps Emerging Trends for Skills Needed by Companies

Working with clients to find the ideal talent for roles in businesses gives us a … Read More

A Match Made in Heaven – FP&A and RPA

The mission of the Financial Planning and Analysis function (FP&A) is providing insight into a … Read More

The Issue – January 2019

In this issue, one of our Strategic Partners, Thomas Mele from the Mele Group, and Chris Chillingworth discuss Exit Strategies for Small and Medium Enterprises. Even if you own a business, but don’t plan on selling or divesting in the near term, they lay out various issues you should consider even 3-to-5 years in advance. Read More

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

The Issue – November 2018

In this issue, Marcus Bergen discusses the hazards and opportunities of expanding abroad. This is a must-read for domestic companies considering international expansion. 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

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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