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Blog posts tagged in Fiscal Compliance
Find Million Dollar Blind Spots©
Firestorm and FiscalDoctor Gary Patterson Team in the Month of January to provide no-fee, Fiscal Risk Assessments
January 7, 2013 – Atlanta, Georgia
We talk about America going over a fiscal cliff. Regardless of what Washington does, every business in America is going over a fiscal cliff. At a minimum, whatever basic risks you are taking knowingly or unknowingly can drive your organization over the edge.
What are the rest of your organization’s Million Dollar Blind Spots?
FiscalDoctor Gary W. Patterson and Firestorm President James W. Satterfield, ask: "How do you get certainty in periods of uncertainty and escalating risks?"
Mapping the right route to any destination requires some mission-critical facts: Starting point. Distance. Best and alternate routes. Without this information, a map is unlikely to guide you or your organization to the right o...
Firestorm Expert Council Member Gary Patterson has released a new eBook titled "Why Risk Management?: Systems for Making Informed Financial Decisions" available for Kindle from Amazon here.
Think of this book as your tool for enterprise risk management (ERM) on a beer budget. The systems presented by Gary Patterson, an experienced CFO, will help you understand the difference between the financial problems that do not get resolved and the symptoms that almost always get treated in companies. Think of this book as getting a health check on your financial systems treat problems versus the symptoms.
Have you had experience with a health issue that has been ignored until it is too late? This book by Gary Patterson, The Fiscal Doctor, is the answer for giving your organization a health check-up and accelerating your career.
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A scratched, bruised Gary Patterson - with sore muscles - emerges after a day of clearing shrubs, bushes and limbs in the adjacent hill by his home with a timely metaphor for Business Planning.
Commentary by Gary Patterson, Firestorm Expert Council Member and Author
Think about thorns, little three-inch seedlings now grown into 15-foot saplings, or a place for slithering snakes to hide in the cool of the night. After facing up to this blemish to our beautiful home and otherwise manicured yard, I saw the magnitude of how much better our home would look (an upside opportunity, of which my wife had reminded me monthly for the last year). Because after finally tackling the project to clear our hillside, Kathy was determined we would complete it.
The project did not look that bad or that hard to do when we moved here last year. It now appears that the last time the hillside was done was at...