About Us  |  Community  |  Blog
A State by State Accounting Guide
uop accounting programs

Featured Nevada Accounting Firm -

The CFO Group Inc.

The CFO Group was built around the belief that necessary evils, like taxes, should not be mysterious or overwhelming for individuals and businesses. The CFO Group provides timely and accurate information, and works closely with their clients to insure that they understand their financial situation. The CFO Group provides financial statements, tax planning and preparation, as well as virtual accounting services.

The CFO Group is made up of a very capable professional staff that is passionate about helping clients reach their financial goals. Working closely with clients, The CFO Group makes sure that everything from internal accounting processes to network maintenance is running smoothly. This firm is truly driven by the success and peace of mind of their clients.

The CFO Group was started in 2002 by Tanya McCaffery and Dan Allen. Both had worked in public accounting for several years in the audit department at Grant Thornton, in Reno. With a high demand for accounting help from hundreds of their contacts, The CFO Group was founded. Since 2002, The CFO Group has continued to grow from their success. Today, they employ a total of fourteen consultants and staff. Following the growth trend of this company over the past 9 years, it’s easy to see that The CFO Group will be a successful Nevada CPA firm for years to come.

www.thecfogroup.com
4745 Caughlin Parkway, Suite 200
Reno, Nevada 89519
Phone: (775) 359-7600
Fax: (775) 359-7601

 

Q&A

The CFO Group is dedicated to helping their clients succeed. We contacted them to better understand how they maintain this mission on a day-to-day basis.

1. It seemed at the time of your inception, your firm had a lot of demand for your services. How do you get your name out to your community to recruit new clients?

Answer.

2. What advantages do you have being a smaller CPA firm? Does this allow you to create a more personal atmosphere for your clients?

Answer.

3. Can you expand on your “roll-up-your-sleeves” approach and how this benefits your clients?

Answer.

Home  |  Resources  |  About Us  |  Contact Us  |  Privacy Policy