Archive for March, 2014


Streamlined Financial Reports : Let Managers Act! – March 2014

The following addresses an important topic in Financial Reporting.  Quite possibly, the most important purpose of the financial reporting function is to provide accurate, timely information to managers and owners.  These parties use this information to make plans regarding the company’s strategic competitive position, related tactics, and assess its financial condition, including capital needs. Due to the […]

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Add Certainty to Your Decision Making – March 2014

This topic of interest involves financial management.  One of the most important corporate decisions to involve a CFO is capital allocation.  This decision entails how a company invests its resources which, in turn, determines the value that accrues to the owners of the company.  While, in the end, the CEO is responsible for capital allocation decisions, […]

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Fully Utilize Your CFO – March 2014

This topic of interest concerns strategy and how financial professionals can help contribute to this marketing driven function. Any successful  CEO will tell you that one of the most important elements of a firm’s strategic thrust is the ability to innovate – consistently generate valuable products that separate top performers from the rest of the pack.   Traditionally, […]

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Use E-Payment to Mitigate Fraud – March 2014

The following addresses an topic regarding internal controls. Any company, large or small, needs robust internal controls to prevent, detect, and respond to fraud.  While progress on fraud prevention and detection is evident on some fronts, many organizations need to improve their procedures to protect themselves against damage from fraud. One of the most common fraud mitigation […]

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