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Forward Looking Strategies

Kirsch CPA Group was engaged by a long established manufacturing and distribution enterprise, with sister companies in vertically integrated, cyclical industries. The industries are transitioning from relationship based to commodity. There is a very competent…


  • John Kirsch
  • Jun 30, 2016

Finding Transparency

Not for profit organization was extremely mission based and as can be typical, had the financial responsibilities in the hands of a person who wore several other hats. Reporting to the Board of Trustees and…


  • John Kirsch
  • May 26, 2016

Profitability Turnaround

A controlling interest in a multi-state company was acquired by one of its minority shareholders. When the minority shareholders purchased the company, it was operating at a loss. The new ownership group came to Kirsch…


  • John Kirsch
  • Apr 28, 2016

QuickBooks Success

We had an initial meeting with a new small business client. During that meeting, we asked some preliminary questions regarding their current bookkeeping situation. We learned that the office manager who is responsible for the…


  • John Kirsch
  • Mar 31, 2016

Outsourced Accounting – Making It Work For You

Owners purchased this business and successfully transformed it from a hardware reseller to a B to B service provider with a Fortune 500 client list. Owners are heavily involved in business development and had delegated…


  • John Kirsch
  • Feb 25, 2016

Auditing In Action

KCG was engaged to perform an audit of the Organization. The Organization had never been audited before despite a long existence. When we asked to see the Organization’s accounting records, we were provided with numerous…


  • John Kirsch
  • Jan 28, 2016

Use a Systematic Approach to Set Your Prices

As you plan your business strategy for the coming year, give some attention to the prices you're asking for your existing products and services, as well as those you plan to launch in 2016. Companies…


  • Pete Abner
  • Mar 11, 2016

Strengthen the Weak Links in Your Cybersecurity Plan

Cybercriminals never seem to give up, and for good reason: Their chances of success make it worthwhile. A recent poll entitled "IT Threats and Data Breaches" found that 94% of companies reported experiencing some form…


  • Pete Abner
  • Apr 11, 2016

Non-Compete Agreements: Finding the Right Balance

Non-compete agreements have long been a staple of executive employment contracts. Today, however, they're becoming increasingly common even in lower-level jobs. According to the Wall Street Journal, a steady rise in litigation over non-competes "largely…


  • Sue Schloemer
  • Jul 18, 2016

Get Ready for Due Diligence Long Before You Want to Sell

It may seem odd, but as soon as you start up a business, you should begin the documentation needed to sell or merge with another enterprise. It may be years down the road but the…


  • John Kirsch
  • Sep 29, 2016