DEAR EVERYDAY CONTROLLER

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To write a timely blog about Controller issues in Small to Medium Private Company entities requires research and reading.  But it also requires knowing your audience and hearing from them as well.  I’d love to know what you’re thinking today.  What gets under your skin and where do you need help and support.

4 Responses to “DEAR EVERYDAY CONTROLLER”

  1. theeverydaycontroller Says:

    Today is March 18, 2014. Are you books closed for February with Financial Statements issued for internal management?

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  2. theeverydaycontroller Says:

    Do you evaluate how well your Month End processes and procedures worked after you have closed the books?

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  3. theeverydaycontroller Says:

    March 12, 2014

    How focused is your staff? Is the texting driving you crazy?

    The Everyday Controller

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