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Accounting & CFO Services

 John Nocera, CPA

      Powering your Business' Growth, Profitably

IGN FINANCIAL offers clients a wide range of Accounting Services,

along with outstanding CFO Level Support for your Business.

Trusted and Competent Problem Solver,

are important values that define my work as a

Certified Public Accountant.

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John Nocera, CPA

President and CEO, IGN FINANCIAL

John & IGN FINANCIAL have been helping companies grow profitably for over 20 years.

After getting his degree in accounting, John started his career at Ernst & Young (EY), where he became Audit Manager.

He went on to direct the accounting and finance functions at Leica (US), a $1 billion manufacturer of cameras, optical equipment, and related technology. John's other roles include 9 years as CFO for the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation, 3 years as CFO for a large consulting firm, and 5 years as CFO for the American Veterinary Medical Association.

John has significant experience with nonprofits, manufacturers, distributors, and retailers of all sizes, including small e-commerce startups that sell via Shopify and Amazon. He is proficient in a variety of accounting software, including QuickBooks, Microsoft Dynamics, Sage and Xero.

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Guide to our CPA & CFO Services

What a CPA Can Do for your Business

As a business owner or manager, you have many responsibilities to ensure that your business is profitable and successful.  But you don't have to do it alone.

That's where a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) can be an essential partner:  A CPA can help you establish effective business operations and plan for profitability.  In addition, a CPA can assist you in setting short- and long-term strategies tailored to your business.

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To make your business #CPAPOWERED, call today and let's get started.

Sound planning is one of the most critical factors to the success of your business.  Before you started your business, you likely put together a plan for your start-expenses and projected monthly revenues and expenses.  Now that your business is up and running, your plan will need to be adjusted regularly to match your actual performance.

If you're like most business owners, time is your most scarce resource.  Conducting a monthly or quarterly financial health checkup can provide a substantial return on your financial planning time because it allows you to leverage the expert training and experience of a CPA, who advises many business owners.

By reviewing the following aspects of your business, we can help identify and correct problem areas before they become crises. 

Review areas include: Key Performance Indicators; Strategy & Planning; Sales Forecasting; Gross Profit Margin; Cash Flow Forecasting; Accounts Receivable; Accounts Payable ; Inventory; Payroll; Banking; Taxes; Regulatory Compliance


FINANCING - Craft a business plan, manage debt, secure investors

GENERAL MANAGEMENT -  Choose your business structure, 

             protect your data,  develop a succession plan

ACCOUNTING  -  Provide routine accounting & bookkeeping

    GENERAL FINANCE - Performance measurement- business valuation

SALARIES AND BENEFITS - Compensation, health benefits, stock

TECHNOLOGY - System requirements, internal controls, risk assessment

TAX PLANNING - Deductions, payroll management, sales tax

PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNING - Personal and business budgets

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John Nocera, CPA

Contact me to see how my accounting expertise and personalized services can save you time, money and frustration on all accounting matters.

Chicago, IL


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