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Why Do Things Often Go Bad Between Founders and Financial Managers?

The biggest culprit is an owner who's demanding more from his or her accountant team than those people are qualified to handle.
Source: Illustration by Neil Webb

You're smart to ask this question now, because in my experience things often do go bad between business owners and their CFO or top accountants. The biggest culprit is an owner who's demanding more from his or her accounting team than those people are qualified to handle. When

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