How to Get the Price Right – Stay Aware and Stay Flexible

Joanne Edgar, managing partner of J. Edgar Group shares her insight into creating a thoughtful pricing strategy in a recent article posted in the NH Business Review. Please click here to read her full article and to discover tips on how … Continue reading

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J. Edgar Celebrates 15 Years In Business

J. Edgar Group, PLLC, recently celebrated 15 years of helping to provide companies and nonprofit organizations customized CFO services, allowing them to access strategic financial advice and fiscal management at a fraction of the cost of hiring a full-time Chief … Continue reading

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J. Edgar’s Peter Pike Mentors NH Start-Up Companies

Portsmouth, NH — On a recent sunny Saturday morning, Market Square in Portsmouth is bustling. Music fills the air from a guitar-playing singer who is serenading the coffee seekers strolling about. One flight up however, it’s all business in the … Continue reading

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How to Know If You Need a CFO

J Edgar Group’s Peter Pike shares his knowledge with the readers of the NH Business Review. If you find his insights helpful, share this link with other businesses who will benefit from Peter’s experience. How do you know if your company’s ready … Continue reading

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Business Owner/CEO mistake #7

Continuing to wear too many hats once the company starts to grow, and especially hanging on to the job duties that are not best suited for their skill set.  I see this far too often and I’ve even done it myself. … Continue reading

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Why You Need Experts

You don’t want your lawyer running your finances, and you don’t want your accountant running your operations.  They are very different skillsets and you need experts in each area. There is a reason people become experts. They have a certain … Continue reading

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What’s Your Company Really Worth?

Here are the approaches buyers will use to determine your company’s current value and prospects for growth. Once you have built a business to a level of sustainability, it’s inevitable that you will begin to think about the prospect of … Continue reading

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Power of Financial Transparency With Employees

Make sure your staff understands how money flows through your company. You’ll improve the bottom line. When I first launched User Insight, I didn’t tell anyone anything about the company’s financials.  I understood how the money needed to be spent and … Continue reading

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Financial Crisis Puts New Demands on CFO Skill Sets

www.cfo-insight.com The financial crisis has forced CFOs to develop new leadership skills and styles, a recent report by Korn/Ferry International shows. The most important characteristics for business leaders today are the ability to deal with ambiguity and to quickly make … Continue reading

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Stopping the Oppressive Manager

By Russ Ouellette Last year, a dark comedy, “Horrible Bosses,” made its way through theaters. It detailed the trials and tribulations of three friends who decide to murder their overbearing bosses due to cruel treatment on the job. See more … Continue reading

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