Every company spends hundreds to thousands of working hours a month strategizing ways to make it to the top. Although there is no single secret to doing this, there is a single way of stopping your company from reaching the pinnacle of success: not having a CFO. Read more
Blog - small business
By Mitch Owens, blog writer at TOP CFOS
Of all the ways to gauge a business’s success, growth rate is perhaps the most useful. It not only validates a firm’s value proposition, but it also spells out opportunity. Increased cash from operations and investor interests enable growing businesses to maintain a competitive advantage while expanding their horizons. Everybody loves growth. However, too much growth can hurt businesses. By paying close attention to your financials, though segment and ration analysis, you will know how right rate to grow. Read more
The path to success isn’t always a straight line. We’re all familiar with this when we drive on roads away from our intended destination but towards the highway that ultimately leads us there. Despite this familiarity with our physical travels, many tend to seek straight paths towards their business goals, especially those involving business networking.
In search for the straight path to success, business professionals tend invest the much of their efforts in developing new skill sets and enhancing their knowledge. This is important to do, but taking this approach without investing the time and effort in building meaningful business connections is an unrealistically straight path to success. Effective business connections give you resources that the greatest skill sets do not. Read more
by Mckenna Clarke, blog writer at TOP CFOS
What can a small service provider give you that a big one can’t?
Companies with less than 20 workers make up 89.6 percent of American business. Many people automatically choose big, corporate service providers over small, local providers. And from all appearances, that seems to be a good idea. Corporate providers have experience, many resources, and hundreds of employees. It may seem like all of these factors add up to mean great services, but what can small business offer that large ones can’t? Read more
By Mckenna Clarke, blog writer at TOP CFOS
As 2017 begins everyone’s eyes are set to see what the year will bring. Small business trends 2017 are focused on millennials, eco-friendly products and offices, and tech integration. Here are a few trends and industries we’ll be watching out for in 2017. Read more