CFO Consulting Partners is a co-sponsor of the Exit Planning Exchange Tri-State Summit on March 16, and we invite you to spend a day with your colleagues. Here’s what you can expect: • Entrepreneur Magazine Editor Jason Feifer will present “Navigating the Soft Landing,” so we all learn how to prosper this year despite the… Continue reading XPX Tri-State Summit March 16: ‘Soft Landing’ Amid Turmoil in 2023
M&A deals fail at least 70% of the time. Poor integration—from people to processes—kill value. Our clients work with us to improve their odds for success. Are you conducting due diligence? Are your assets compatible? CFO Consulting Partners’ Allan Tepper, CPA/MBA, will discuss key pitfalls to avoid for any merger transaction during his “M&A Deal… Continue reading Allan Tepper Presents ‘M&A Deal Killers’ Jan. 26
Finance challenges and macrotrends put a damper on last year. But does history have to repeat itself—at least so soon? Granted, the new year begins with a lot of baggage. The Consumer Price Index shot up 9.1%, the largest 12-month increase since 1981. To counter inflation, the Federal Reserve has made capital more costly, hiking… Continue reading AM&AA Hosts 2023 Economic Outlook on Jan. 19
We used to sit in that chair. Our team, which includes former CFOs and controllers, understands the angst that comes with an audit. We’ve lived through the pain and scrutiny. You’re going to need unchallengeable numbers to be audit ready. That’s how we’ve been able to help small and midsized companies—for more than 15 years—across… Continue reading Audit Stress? 7 Ways to Find Relief
15 YEARS IN THE MAKING… We are happy to share with you that CFO Consulting Partners has been in business 15 years. Over the course of time, we have carefully honed in on three principles that help our clients profit from our experience. SOLUTIONS: We solve your most complex financial management and accounting issues on… Continue reading Celebrating 15 Years in Business
By: Allan Tepper Ever ask yourself, “Where did my cash go? I am profitable and yet my bank account is scraping bottom. The answer may be because non-income items are draining your cash. These can come from capital improvements, sluggish cash receipts from sales, too quickly paying accounts payable, and many other reasons. On the… Continue reading Where Did My Cash Go?