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CFO Concerns 2015

In 2015, the CFO will continue to be tested in a challenging market.  After the Great Recession, growth has not returned to pre-recession levels.  The macro-economic environment is anything but stable.  In addition to individual concerns that are industry or market specific, following is a selection of issues that face all CFO’s regardless of the organization industry, size or geography.…

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5 Keys to Evaluating your Company’s Cash IQ

Cash is king is managing working capital.  Using spreadsheets to track balances and transactions across multiple accounts creates blind spots that that fuel inefficiencies in working capital management and damage a company’s bottom line. Advances in financial management solutions are offering companies of all sizes 20/20 vision in terms of cash visibility including cash balances, cash inflows, and cash outflows.  …

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Jan 9Frank Armenio

Difference Between a CFO and Controller

Jan 9Frank Armenio

There are two types of financial leadership roles in a business – controller and CFO. They are not the same and neither of these is the same role as accountant. Some companies combine the two but the roles are different and if your business has any significant size to it and is planning to grow,………

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Jan 9Frank Armenio

The Big 3’s of Small Business Capitalization

Jan 9Frank Armenio

Webster defines capital as, “any asset, tangible or intangible, that is held for long-term investment.”

Capital, blended with operating cash flows, becomes the financial fuel your company’s engine uses to, among other things:

  • Buy equipment, vehicles, R&D, etc.
  • Fund growth by purchasing inventory, hiring employees, financing receivables, etc.
  • Provide reserves for those inevitable rainy days.


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Dec 6Frank Armenio

7 Keys to an Effective Accounting Close

Dec 6Frank Armenio

Accountants have been “closing the books” since the profession was formed. Even with all the advances in technology, it still remains a process often filled with stress and chaos. The webinar The 7 Keys to Unlocking Accounting Close and Reporting Effectiveness featured Jon Paul, CEO, Value Added Finance Resources, who offered a compelling in-depth discussion of specific techniques and tactics that companies can use to improve the accounting close.…

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Dec 6Frank Armenio

7 Common Profit Leaks and Cost Savings Opportunities

Dec 6Frank Armenio

The following are a number of common cost improvement opportunities that I have witnessed when working with my various clients.   This list, by no means, covers all the potential situations where unnecessary costs may exist and savings are possible but it is a good starting point.   My hope is that what I have shared here will stir your interest by providing some basic ideas and sound business practices that will help your organization become more competitive, profitable and financially sound.…

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