Monthly Archives: March 2014

Not-For-Profits: Delivering Maximum Value by Striving for Financial and Operational Excellence

This week’s post and linked full article are by Howard Goldman, Partner, CFO Edge, LLC. Like leaders of for-profit companies focused on maximizing shareholder return, not-for-profit leaders should be focused on delivering maximum value to their constituents. Needed is a … Continue reading

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The CFO’s Strategic Role in Helping Lead Growth Initiatives

This week’s post and linked full article are by John W. Braine, Partner, CFO Edge, LLC. With marked improvements in some economic indicators, Los Angeles and Southern California business leaders now have sound growth opportunities. Recent research points to important … Continue reading

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Should You Revisit Your Forecast as the End of the Quarter Approaches?

This week’s post and accompanying full article are by Randy Miller, Partner, CFO Edge, LLC. Approaching the end of Q1, many Los Angeles and Southern California executives may discover first-quarter results are either significantly less or more than what they … Continue reading

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Selling Your Business: Strategic Factors & Types of Buyers

Following up on our recent article, Seven Ways to Maximize Value – and Price – When Selling Your Business, we turn our attention to strategic factors and buyer types. A key element in attaining the maximum sales price in selling … Continue reading

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How the Variable Interest Entity Proposal Could Benefit Businesses

For years, business leaders have used a simple strategy to save on taxes: creation of a separate company to purchase the real estate and then lease it to the operating company. The separate company is known as a variable interest … Continue reading

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