How CGA's Help Businesses Succeed
CGAs are synonymous with business success. Whether they work in public practice, as company executives, or in government, they help their clients’ or employers’ operations run more smoothly and profitably, in addition to managing ongoing change and leveraging new opportunities.
In small businesses, governments or multinational corporations, a CGA can do much more than crunch numbers, including:
- accounting and business planning;
- tax planning and preparation;
- controllership services;
- management consulting;
- financial planning;
- business start-up advice;
- systems advice and implementation;
- retirement planning;
- succession planning;
- estate planning.
Today, CGAs offer such value-added services tailored to the needs of various sectors and types of organizations. Provincial or territorial CGA Associations can help individuals and organizations find a local CGA firm or hire a CGA.