Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) January 10, 2014
Lawrence Teicher, founder of CFO Consulting Services and prominent Long Island CPA, comments on an article published by Forbes on January 6, which advises small business owners to stick to their New Year’s resolutions.
According to the Forbes article titled “4 New Year’s Resolutions Your Small Business Should Keep This Year,” January is the beginning of Q1, which allows businesses to create new goals and start the year with a fresh slate. However, like many individuals, most small businesses fail to achieve their goals throughout the year. The article lists four goals all small businesses should keep this year.
- Take advantage of apps that help organize business
- Utilize a content marketing plan
- Highlight customer appreciation
- Move to a cloud-based service
As a leading Long Island CPA and founder of CFO Consulting Services, Lawrence Teicher says the most important things on the list are to take advantage of apps that can make a business run more smoothly and using a cloud-based storage system. “Cloud storage and organizational business apps can really make a difference when it comes to day-to-day productivity and flow,” he says. “Maximizing productivity and minimizing stress is very important when it comes to business success. Cloud-based storage systems can cost less than traditional data storage systems and also allow easier access to files. Apps like Evernote and Cardmunch can help business owners keep track of who they speak to and organize their contact information. In the long run, this could help increase lead follow up and, over time, new business.”
CFO Consulting Services, LLC provides outsourced, part-time CFO services on an as-needed basis to both small and mid-sized businesses located in the NY metropolitan region. Founded by Long Island CPA and financial expert Lawrence Teicher, CFO Consulting Services follows four main principles: independence, objectivity, competence and confidentiality. These core values have led its clients to achieve lasting success in their businesses.