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Getting the Most From Your CFO!

Most firms treat their Chief Financial Officer (CFO) as an uber-accountant, tracking financials or acting as a controller instead... Read More

An IRS Audit Letter? Don’t Panic!

The letter none of us want to get has arrived in your mailbox – the IRS wants to audit... Read More

If You Are Buying a Business There Are A Few Things You Should Know

Are you seeking to own a business without the headaches of starting from scratch? Buying an existing business may... Read More

Have A Business? Use An Accountant to Help With Financial Planning

Everybody who starts a business has strengths and weaknesses, things they know how to do and things they must... Read More

Want To Be More Effective – Know Your Business Financials!

To effectively operate your business, no matter what your business is, you need to know a LOT of numbers.... Read More

Considering Buying or Selling a Business – Call Your CPA!

It seems everybody has a side gig these days to supplement their income or to allow them to do... Read More

The Tax Clock is Ticking! Year End Strategies from CustomOne CFO & Controllers

If you are like a lot of people, you try to think about your personal or business taxes as... Read More

Reduce Your Stress by Understanding Your Financial Audits

It is human nature for people to perceive a review of their activities with some alarm. They are often... Read More


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November 2017

Getting the Most From Your CFO!

Most firms treat their Chief Financial Officer (CFO) as an uber-accountant, tracking financials or acting as a controller instead of acting as what they should be – a strategic asset. Using your CFO wisely can help the company make sound strategic decisions based on their financial analysis acumen and management expertise. Rather than just limiting them to delivering balance sheets, income statements and cash-flow reports, you should use your CFO to assist you in four key areas. Do The Books After [...]

An IRS Audit Letter? Don’t Panic!

The letter none of us want to get has arrived in your mailbox – the IRS wants to audit your taxes! While this is not welcome news, there is no reason to panic. Often, there is nothing wrong with your taxes at all and the IRS has just picked you for a random audit based on a statistical model in a computer. Other audits are certainly triggered by the same computer due to something on a return that the [...]


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Getting the Most From Your CFO!

Most firms treat their Chief Financial Officer (CFO) as an uber-accountant, tracking financials or acting as a controller instead of acting as what they should be – a strategic asset. Using your CFO wisely can help the company make sound strategic decisions based on their financial analysis acumen and management expertise. Rather than just limiting them to delivering balance sheets, income statements and cash-flow reports, you should use your CFO to assist you in four key areas. Do The Books After [...]

An IRS Audit Letter? Don’t Panic!

The letter none of us want to get has arrived in your mailbox – the IRS wants to audit your taxes! While this is not welcome news, there is no reason to panic. Often, there is nothing wrong with your taxes at all and the IRS has just picked you for a random audit based on a statistical model in a computer. Other audits are certainly triggered by the same computer due to something on a return that the [...]

If You Are Buying a Business There Are A Few Things You Should Know

Are you seeking to own a business without the headaches of starting from scratch? Buying an existing business may be the answer and may save you some anxiety. Of course, as with anything, it is important to know what you are doing to avoid a whole passel of OTHER headaches! The advantage is that someone has already built a business with customers, and, hopefully, a sound business model. Taking over that business can have pitfalls and here are few [...]


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Getting the Most From Your CFO!

Most firms treat their Chief Financial Officer (CFO) as an uber-accountant, tracking financials or acting as a controller instead of acting as what they should be – a strategic asset. Using your CFO wisely can help the company make sound strategic decisions based on their financial analysis acumen and management expertise. Rather than just limiting them to delivering balance sheets, income statements and cash-flow reports, you should use your CFO to assist you in four key areas. Do The Books After [...]

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An IRS Audit Letter? Don’t Panic!

The letter none of us want to get has arrived in your mailbox – the IRS wants to audit your taxes! While this is not welcome news, there is no reason to panic. Often, there is nothing wrong with your taxes at all and the IRS has just picked you for a random audit based on a statistical model in a computer. Other audits are certainly triggered by the same computer due to something on a return that the [...]

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Getting the Most From Your CFO!

Most firms treat their Chief Financial Officer (CFO) as an uber-accountant, tracking financials or acting as a controller instead of acting as what they should be – a strategic asset. Using your CFO wisely can help the company make sound strategic decisions based on their financial analysis acumen and management expertise. Rather than just limiting them to delivering balance sheets, income statements and cash-flow reports, you should use your CFO to assist you in four key areas. Do The Books After [...]

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An IRS Audit Letter? Don’t Panic!

The letter none of us want to get has arrived in your mailbox – the IRS wants to audit your taxes! While this is not welcome news, there is no reason to panic. Often, there is nothing wrong with your taxes at all and the IRS has just picked you for a random audit based on a statistical model in a computer. Other audits are certainly triggered by the same computer due to something on a return that the [...]

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Getting the Most From Your CFO!

Most firms treat their Chief Financial Officer (CFO) as an uber-accountant, tracking financials or acting as a controller instead of acting as what they should be – a strategic asset. Using your CFO wisely can help the company make sound strategic decisions based on their financial analysis acumen and management expertise. Rather than just limiting them to delivering balance sheets, income statements and cash-flow reports, you should use your CFO to assist you in four key areas. Do The Books After [...]

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An IRS Audit Letter? Don’t Panic!

The letter none of us want to get has arrived in your mailbox – the IRS wants to audit your taxes! While this is not welcome news, there is no reason to panic. Often, there is nothing wrong with your taxes at all and the IRS has just picked you for a random audit based on a statistical model in a computer. Other audits are certainly triggered by the same computer due to something on a return that the [...]

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Getting the Most From Your CFO!

Most firms treat their Chief Financial Officer (CFO) as an uber-accountant, tracking financials or acting as a controller instead of acting as what they should be – a strategic asset. Using your CFO wisely can help the company make sound strategic decisions based on their financial analysis acumen and management expertise. Rather than just limiting them to delivering balance sheets, income statements and cash-flow reports, you should use your CFO to assist you in four key areas. Do The Books After [...]

Read more...

An IRS Audit Letter? Don’t Panic!

The letter none of us want to get has arrived in your mailbox – the IRS wants to audit your taxes! While this is not welcome news, there is no reason to panic. Often, there is nothing wrong with your taxes at all and the IRS has just picked you for a random audit based on a statistical model in a computer. Other audits are certainly triggered by the same computer due to something on a return that the [...]

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