The CT CFO will begin donations in 2012

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Part Time CFO Firm announces charitable contribution program

The CT CFO, a financial reporting and analysis firm located in the heart of Fairfield County Connecticut, has announced it will donate a portion of every engagement to the Special Olympics Connecticut. The firm’s goal is to reach $50,000 in donations through this program which began on January 1, 2012.

Managing Director, Brian Feidt of Trumbull, CT states, “My family has been blessed with the opportunity to participate in Special Olympics for over a decade. This program will provide another way to give back and help raise awareness for this exceptional organization. Special Olympics Connecticut is a wonderful organization with a great purpose and strong leadership.”

The CT CFO will continue to offer its company versus industry or CVI report free to new clients throughout 2012. “The CVI reporting has been a great success as it helps add perspective to our clients’ financial results.” The risk free engagement will also demonstrate how financial analysis from The CT CFO can help companies understand and grow their business.

“We are here for companies that don’t have the luxury of a full time Chief Financial Officer on their staff,” states Brian. “We are in challenging times and most businesses can benefit from a CFO’s perspective to help them navigate through.”

About The CT CFO: Firm serves as a part time CFO partner for small and mid-sized businesses. Services include financial statement preparation and analysis, investor presentations, risk analysis and much more. All information is kept strictly confidential.

For information on The CT CFO call 203.520.7827 or visit http://www.TheCTCFO.com.

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