symbolizing with the fall of 7 pillars, are the 7 signs for the moral violations by businesses, nonprofits, organizations, governments. By Rolf Neuweiler, a2zCFO.com, a consulting CFO service.

The Seven Signs of Ethical Collapse: How To Spot Moral Meltdowns in Organizations

In the book “The Seven Signs of Ethical Collapse” by Marianne Jennings, JD., these seven signs are listed for spotting an organization’s ethics crisis that can bring down corporations like Enron and other businesses and nonprofits: Pressure to maintain the business numbers  Culture of fear and silence  A “bigger than life” CEO and awe-struck direct…

This photo is part of a blog about revenue, gross, operating and net profits and profit margins by Rolf Neuweiler, consulting CFO. www.a2zCFO.com

Revenue and Profit Margins

In our last blog, we talked about EBITDA and EBITDA margin, and stated that it is better to use both GAAP metrics and EBITDA to determine an organization’s financial health. Under the guidelines of GAAP (generally accepted accounting principles) requirements for corporate accounting, a profit margin is calculated using one of the three principles: gross…

dollars and calculator with plus red button, for calculating EBITDA = earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization. EBITDA margin = EBITDA divided by total revenue. call me (925) 216-5058 or email: rolf@a2zCFO.com

EBITDA

What is EBITDA? EBITDA is the abbreviation for “Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization.”  It is a measure of overall profitability of a business.   How are EBITDA and EBITA margin calculated? EBITA = earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization. EBITDA margin = EBITDA divided by total revenue.  EBITDA and EBITDA margin help…

Tips for claiming social security benefits, Wait until full retirement age will maximize benefits amount, Rules for taking out a spouse’s benefit, divorced and widowed, Please call me (925) 216-5058 or email: rolf@a2zCFO.com A2Z CFO, we keep your ship on course

Tips for claiming social security benefits

Wait until full retirement age will maximize benefits amount   The general rule of thumb is that if you postpone taking social security benefits until after your full retirement age, you will receive a higher monthly benefit.  But after reaching full retirement age, there is no more gain from delaying claims.   Remember, the earliest…

Old and New Scams for Stealing Identity in Today’s Digital Age, by Rolf Neuweiler, a2cCFO, LLC, phone:(925) 216-5058 or email: rolf@a2zCFO.com

Old and New Scams for Stealing Identity in Today’s Digital Age

Every day we get calls and receive emails from unknown sources and spammers. The following are not exhaustive lists of scams, as identity thieves are “evolving” with more sophisticated ways to breach cyber security. Here are the top 10 scams from Consumer Reports: Debt collection Fake government officials – IRS, Social Security, State Department, etc.…