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Are you looking for CFO and Exit Strategy services for your Ohio based business? B2B CFO® has the tools, talent and experience to help you reach your goals. B2B CFO® has what you need with more than 25 years of experience helping small to mid-size businesses in the Ohio region. Please take a good look around our website, review our partners, and take advantage of our free business check-up, The Discovery Analysis™. We offer this complimentary service to all business owners, and we would love to show you what we can do to improve your business. Take the first step and compare your performance with other businesses in your industry to help you reach your full potential.

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Jul 27Ron Baker

B2B CFO® – In the News

Jul 27Ron Baker
Our “Exit Strategy Handbook: The Best Guide for Selling your Business” was excerpted and published by CFO.com earlier this month.

When selling your business, prospective buyers will put your financial information under a microscope.

In our experience, many small businesses have material errors in their balance sheets.

Some of the more common problems include
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Jul 27Ron Baker

Do you know your fraud IQ?

Jul 27Ron Baker

Fraud can happen in any company.  Do you know what’s most effective in preventing fraud? Do you know what is most effective in detecting fraud? Earlier this year, The Journal of Accountancy published a quiz to test our fraud IQ.

Click below to take the fraud IQ test.

http://www.journalofaccountancy.com/Issues/2014/Mar/20139008.htm

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Jul 27Ron Baker

Harvey Samuel Firestone

Jul 27Ron Baker

Harvey Firestone was born in 1868 on a Columbiana, Ohio farm.  Firestone graduated from Columbiana High School and moved to Columbus, Ohio to take his first job at The Columbus Buggy Company.

The buggy company, pressured financially by a growing auto industry, declared bankruptcy and Firestone found himself unemployed.

Firestone moved to Detroit and formed a company, at age twenty-two, to replace steel-rim buggy wheels with rubber tires. …

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Why Are the AICPA And The State Accounting Societies Unhappy With The IRS?

The IRS may be the easiest governmental agency for taxpayers to dislike but their recent move to register tax preparers has many in the accounting profession unhappy.

Some history

In February 2014 the IRS lost an appeal in Loving, No. 13-5061 (D.C. Cir 2/11/14).  That decision held that the IRS does not have the statutory authority to regulate tax return preparers[1]   On June 26, 2014, the IRS announced a new voluntary program for tax return preparers called the Annual Filing Season Program. …

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New revenue recognition rules will impact your business

In a joint pronouncement the US based Financial Accounting Standards Board and the International Accounting Standards Board adopted changes to revenue recognition rules.  The effect of the rules will vary by industry and frankly the accounting profession in general is working hard to understand the impact of these rules.  In some cases, the rules may accelerate the recognition of revenue while in others the amount of revenue recognized in a period may drop.…

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