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Now is the Time for Year-End Business Planning

  Michael K. Menerey, Partner, CFO Edge, LLC  
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While focusing on day-to-day tasks is required to achieve goals, it frequently causes many Los Angeles and Southern California executives to neglect year-end planning.

Taking the time now to engage in strategic planning will support a strong finish for 2014 and create momentum for entering 2015.

Reviewed are ten areas on which to focus strategic planning efforts right now. Included are recommendations related to accounting closings, tax planning, cash positions vs. cash needs, goals, and more.

Taking the time now to engage in year-end planning will lead to increased cash flow, more efficient operations, and greater profits.

Executives wanting to know more about best practices for year-end planning can benefit greatly from talking with a provider of CFO services who has a proven track record of implementing successful year-end planning initiatives.

You can also download our complimentary four-page brief on year-end planning by clicking here:

Year-End Strategic Planning & Forecasting: Now Is the Time for a New Approach

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