need for financial strategy and decision support information.
small and medium sized enterprise assigns its accounting functions
to an in-house bookkeeper, with occasional support from an outside
CPA. Such an approach can be a good beginning, but it is only a
beginning. If the functions of Controller and CFO are not performed,
the company's growth is likely to be hampered.
one of the more frequent consequences of attempting to get by without
senior management accounting input is the emergence of a cash flow
problem. With proper financial forecasting systems, potential cash
flow shortfalls can usually be addressed months in advance, and
problem stems from inadequate cost information. Without a thorough
understanding of how its costs are generated, a company can inadvertently
make commitments that result in losses.
was founded to provide the business manager with an affordable way
to obtain more and better information about the company's financial
condition and its financial potential. We provide an array of management
accounting, strategic planning, and finance services not commonly
offered by accounting firms that are more oriented to historical
and tax reporting.
the client's existing staff and CPA, we fill the gaps that need
filling. The result is a fully capable management accounting and
financial infrastructure that supports management's strategic objectives.