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Key Considerations in Business Planning for 2017 & Beyond

This week’s article is by John W. Braine, Partner, CFO Edge, LLC. With a new administration in Washington, likely business regulation changes have become key considerations in business planning for 2017. For example, there may be legislation introduced that is … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Revisiting Processes, Workflows & Technology

This week’s post and linked full PDF are by Arthur F. Rothberg, Managing Director, CFO Edge, LLC. When companies have operated for more than ten years without significant changes to their processes, workflows, and technologies, it is likely they are not … Continue reading

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The California Impact of a Hard Cap on Federal Tax Deductions

This post is by Randy S. Miller, Partner, CFO Edge, LLC. Over the past few months, we have been discussing the potential impact of the “fiscal cliff” on businesses and taxpayers. As the end of the year nears without any … Continue reading

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Adapting to a Changing Regulatory Burden

In today’s economy, CEOs and CFOs face a wide array of regulations that monitor everything from financial activities to clean air and water policy. The debate over the necessity of such regulations has gone on for many years (and certainly … Continue reading

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