Firm announcements and updates.


Grant Accounting – CFO 4 Your Biz Niche

Grant Accounting is a specialty service CFO 4 Your Biz offers that many other accounting firms don’t have experience in. We have helped several clients with grant invoicing and other items associated with obtaining a grant. We have worked with State and Federal grants, totaling over a million dollars.

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About CFO 4 Your Biz

CFO 4 Your Biz recently got a new website refresh and it looks great! With the new website, we figured we should tell our customers & potential customers a little about what CFO 4 Your Biz does and what makes us different from your traditional accounting firm. CFO 4 Your Biz currently consists of our owner Eric, who has been a licensed CPA for over 30 years, and his eldest daughter Ashley, who is an expert in Quicbooks, grant invoicing, and has been with CFO 4 Your Biz for over 4 years.

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CFO 4 Your Biz’s Helpful Link Page

CFO 4 Your Biz has many helpful links posted on their “Helpful Links” page. Are you wondering where your tax refund is, or want to know the correct IRS website? We have those linked up on our page.

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CFO 4 Your Biz is Thankful for our Wonderful Clients

CFO 4 Your Biz would like to thank all of the wonderful clients we have had during the 2018 year. We hope everyone has an enjoyable Thanksgiving and our office will be closed Thursday, November 22nd and Friday, November 23rd in observance of Thanksgiving.

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Benefits for 2019

As 2018 is nearing to an end, you need to start preparing for 2019 benefits. As an employee some items you need to think about include: Health Insurance, Retirement Benefits, and PTO.

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Virtual CFO & Accounting Services

As technology advances, it becomes easier to perform business services remotely. Hiring a part-time CFO & Accountant has never been easier for the business owner with the help from CFO 4 Your Biz. You get all the expertise, knowledge, and performance as you would with a part-time employee minus paying the additional taxes, benefits & overhead you would for a regular employee.

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Budget Preparation

As 2018 nears to an end, 2019 planning is critical for your business to be successful in the upcoming year. Budget preparation for the next year should occur in September, October, or November if your business follows the calendar year. And getting an early start on budgeting is beneficial, as it always takes longer than anticipated to complete.

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