Jennifer Eubanks Contribution to Forbes Expert Panel: 11 Ways for Financial Leaders to Improve Company Health and Guide Overall Strategy

Jennifer Eubanks recently contributed to the expert panel council post 11 Ways for Financial Leaders To Improve Company Health And Guide Overall Strategy A company’s leadership team may be well informed about industry trends, consumer behaviors and the latest technology tools, but if they don’t have expert financial guidance, the company is likely to get into trouble. Businesses rely on the expertise of their financial leaders to help steer decisions and improve overall strategy. There are many ways financial leaders can help with monitoring their company’s health and making adjustments or plans for the future—including some that businesses often overlook. Read on to discover firsthand insights and trends from successful finance executives from Forbes Finance Council, including Jennifer Eubanks, Founder and CEO of CPA Department. Read more

Jennifer Eubanks recently contributed to the expert panel council post 11 Ways for Financial Leaders To Improve Company Health And Guide Overall Strategy  A company’s leadership team may be well informed about industry trends, consumer behaviors and the latest technology tools, but if they don’t have expert financial guidance, the company is likely to get into…

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Jennifer Eubanks Contribution to Forbes Expert Panel: 14 Best Practices to Help Business Owners Manage Cash Flow

Forbes Finance Council

Jennifer Eubanks recently contributed to the expert panel council post  14 Best Practices To Help Business Owners Manage Cash Flow. “While many business owners and entrepreneurs have a good grasp of the importance of sales and profit, they may not understand why it’s essential to stay on top of cash flow. Understanding operational cash flow…

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Jennifer Eubanks Forbes Feature Article: Three Ways Today’s Accounting Professionals Can Increase Their Value

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Jennifer Eubanks recently authored the council post, Three Ways Today’s Accounting Professionals Can Increase Their Value. “Many accounting professionals spend significant time preparing financial statements, conducting audits, and preparing tax returns. All of these activities look historically at transactions and focus on compliance requirements of the organization such as submitting financial statements to investors or…

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Local Business Owner Jennifer Eubanks Named to NSBA Leadership Council

National Small Business Board Leadership Council

Hendon, VA – Jennifer Eubanks, CPA Department, Virginia was recently named to the National Small Business Association (NSBA) Leadership Council. NSBA is the nation’s oldest small-business advocacy organization, and operates on a staunchly nonpartisan basis. Eubanks, a recognized leader in the small-business community, joins the NSBA Leadership Council alongside other small-business advocates from across the…

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Top 7 reasons companies Outsource Accounting and Back-office functions

By Jennifer Eubanks   1. Competent financial management, reporting, and guidance.  Businesses need to have competent financial management, reporting, and guidance so the management team can focus on operations.   2. Businesses need the right people. Some 70 percent of KPMG survey respondents said they are outsourcing accounting to get access to better talent. This helps clients focus on their business instead…

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4 Tax Provisions CARES Put Into Place You Should Pay Attention To

CARES Act Tax Provisions

Businesses are facing challenges not seen previously due to COVID-19.  Many industries have been significantly impacted, some have been decimated, and most have been impacted to some extent by the COVID-19 outbreak.  To help businesses survive this turbulent time, the federal government put the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act) into effect.…

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Accounting Outsourcing… Leading the New Normal

Accounting Outsourcing

We all believed that to ensure the productivity of our employees and to keep the business running smoothly, we had to do the hour commute, spend 8 to 10 hours tethered to our desks and participate in in-person meetings five days a week. You know, back in February. Rare were the companies that allowed employees…

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