Testimonial - Joseph E Companik CPA

Mar 15, 2011

John Burke is an indispensable resource to his business clients. I have provided services to a number of John's clients and have found them to be, as a result of John's consulting services, very knowledgeable regarding tax and accounting matters. I have found their accounting records to be accurate and well organized and John has been able to answer any question I may have had. I enthusiastically recommend John Burke. February 6, 2011 Joe Companik, Owner/CPA, Joseph E. Companik, CPA PC worked with John at B2B CFO®


About the Author

John has been with B2B CFO for almost 14 years, a senior partner for eight. He has 30+ years of experience as a CFO and controller for both closely held and public companies. An Arizona resident for 32 years, John has worked in many industries including software distribution, medical practices, telecommunications, commercial printing, banking, construction,cosmetic industry, legal services, window manufacturing, metal fabrication, medical med spas, courier services and contract office furniture. He has developed many successful banking relationships for his clients. He has been involved in many turnaround situations. Also strong focus in exit strategy for business owners. Improving cash flow is a high priority and he has used specific credit and collection techniques to help his clients. He also focuses on inventory control and management His background in human resource consulting is a valuable asset for businesses with limited resources. He has served on the national board of the Printing Industries of America and is a past president of the Boys and Girls Club of Metropolitan Phoenix. He is an honors graduate in Business Finance from Northeastern University in Boston. John has been married to Linda for 24 years and is the father of one daughter who is attending WP Carey School of Business.

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