Archive for the Financial Reporting Category


Accounting Alternatives for Small Enterprises –December 2016

This post concerns financial reporting. A key concern for users of a company’s financial is the accounting policies the company utilizes. For larger, established enterprises it is an easy call — GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles). For non-public and smaller companies GAAP can be quite onerous and costly. Fortunately, there are some acceptable alternatives which […]

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Assessing Your Financial Infromation — October 2015

This topic involves financial reporting. Dynamic small businesses frequently encounter the need for additional capital to fund their growth opportunities. Providers of capital, be they lenders or investors, will require detailed financial statements to help them determine how much they will lend or invest. It is up to the CFO to make sure that the […]

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Using Additional Information to Manage Your Business Better — May 2015

This topic regards financial reporting. Integrated reporting encompasses a broad set of forward-looking and coordinated information. The goal of reporting this information to users of financial statements is to provide a more effective decision-making process. In turn, this will develop a more dynamic, resilient business. Though the entire management team is involved, the CFO drives […]

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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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