CFO’s Q4 Checklist: 6 Things To Clean Up

(This story originally appeared on CFO magazine’s website.) By Eric Segal For a CFO, the fourth quarter brings a lot of stress not normally felt throughout the year. First, there’s the budget for next year, and then, the year-end close, and completing any tax driven transactions. But there’s one item, which is often given short… Continue reading CFO’s Q4 Checklist: 6 Things To Clean Up

5 Accounting ‘Turnarounds’: How Manufacturing Fends Off Credit Squeeze

(This story originally appeared in CFO.com.) By David DeMuth Manufacturers can’t afford to wait any longer. For two years, CFOs and controllers have managed supply-chain disruptions and labor shortages, as well as surging prices. Typically, these developments could require most manufacturers to raise prices to survive. In Q4 of 2022, there is a looming recession.… Continue reading 5 Accounting ‘Turnarounds’: How Manufacturing Fends Off Credit Squeeze

10 Keys to Success as a CFO

By Allan Tepper, Co-founder and Senior Managing Partner, CFO Consulting Partners LLC CFO Consulting Partners provides C-level financial management services to small and midsized public and private companies. Clients often ask what critical elements are needed for CFO success. Being a CFO is one of the most important, yet short-lived jobs in corporate America. Many… Continue reading 10 Keys to Success as a CFO

4 Ways CFOs Put Time On Their Side

By Allan Tepper, Co-founder and Senior Managing Partner, CFO Consulting Partners LLC You practically pulled an all-nighter. And now, you stand before the board to deliver the annual report. But your presentation is met with stares, not applause. More questions than answers. For most CFOs, time can feel like the enemy. Unfortunately, that’s not 100%… Continue reading 4 Ways CFOs Put Time On Their Side

Now You See Cash, Now You Don’t

By Allan Tepper, Co-founder and Senior Managing Partner, CFO Consulting Partners LLC A dilemma takes place within a company; the CEO notices that the company’s cash supply has run dry. “How is this possible?”, the CEO wonders. “My company remains profitable, but according to our bank statement, much of our cash has disappeared,” he mused.… Continue reading Now You See Cash, Now You Don’t

Exit Strategy: How SaaS Founders Cash Out

(This story originally appeared in CFO.com.) By Tom Aiken While more companies transact and store their business off premises, SaaS companies have seen a run up in their valuations. Since 2015, the SaaS market continues to grow—18% annually—while 99% of organizations are using at least one cloud solution to drive demand. From an investor perspective,… Continue reading Exit Strategy: How SaaS Founders Cash Out

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