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How to Determine if a Company is Profitable or Not

 
  Mark S. Becker, Partner, CFO Edge, LLC  
   
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Given a primary goal of earning a profit, it's surprising how many Los Angeles and Southern California executives don't know how to determine if their companies are profitable or not.

Many problems can arise when clarity on profitability is missing, and crticial areas impacted include decision making, efficiencies, and cash flow.

Reviewed in this article are four primary causes of inaccurate profitability calculations and four ways a provider of CFO services can help improve profitability calculations.

When executives have clarity on how to determine if their companies are profitable or not, accompanying outcomes include improved operational performance along with better management understanding and decision making.

Business leaders looking at ways to better understand and improve profitability can benefit from talking with a provider of CFO services who has a proven track record of assessing current processes, as well as implementing changes that significantly improve abilities to accurately determine profitability.

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