JE Moore’s ability to serve clients has always benefited from the firm’s carefully developed network of freelance and independent contractor accountants, consultants, and bookkeeper/clerical support workers. The firm’s service capabilities recently expanded
Our owner and principal consultant, Jeff Moore, is available to speak or lead roundtable discussions on a variety of managerial and forensic accounting topics for your company or group. Here’s a representative listing of topics:
- Ten Red Flags of a Troubled Business
- 13-Week Cash Flow Forecast – How and
Are you in charge of a troubled organization? Is your organization a small closely-held business…or a much larger company? Is it a non-profit organization? Or, is it a department within the company for whom you work? Your troubled organization might be your family,
Good financial management is a key piece of any organization’s success. Yet it is often hard to find the right staffing balance to allow for proper segregation of duties, while ensuring an adequate workload for each employee.
At certain times, your organization might need expertise or assistance, but lack the resources.
I just came across the following article on a highly relevant topic for the types of clients I often serve. It was authored by business guru and author, Guy Kawasaki.
“This is the third post in my Microsoft partnership, and it’s all about numbers. The topic is crafting your financial forecast to
When a company is experiencing severe financial distress, meeting its day-to-day and week-to-week cash and other financial obligations is a huge problem. The more serious the situation, the more important it is for the company’s decision-makers to utilize perhaps the most essential of all troubled-business planning tools…the 13-week cash forecast (TWCF) model.
Over my long career as a forensic and managerial CPA, I’ve had the opportunity to work with over 600 business clients. Some of these companies were hugely successful. Most, however, operated at various stages of distress, from early-stage struggles…to the ulcer-causing and crisis-level troubles that sometimes contributed to complete failure of the enterprises. Experience has taught me that