Friday, 21 October 2016

Why hire a CFO when Scott Herckis is available

A staffed CFO takes salary, paid benefits, training time, office space and often more when incorporating the role into the fold of any growing business. Rather than enveloping this position into the budget at higher full-time costs, utilizing agency financial services can meet or exceed those needs. That’s where SJH Financial and its CEO Scott Herckis comes in, extending expertise when and as needed to small business owners. When big financial decisions or strategic monetary planning is required, Herckis and his team can provide the knowledge and skill to accomplish goals for companies. Through financial forecasting, tax preparation, investment strategies and strategic financial planning, services by Scott Herckis and SJH Financial can meet the needs of businesses without the requirement of a full-time employee.

Thursday, 14 July 2016

CEO Scott Herckis of SJH Financial

Do you need financial advice? Have you been given advice that is confusing to follow or understand? It’s time you take a look at SJH Financial founded by CEO Scott Herckis. Before founding his business, CEO Scott Herckis started out by earning his Bachelor’s of Business Administration with a major in accounting degree from University of Texas at Austin. After that, he then went on to earn his CPA while working at Arthur Andersen’s Audit and Assurance Department. He worked at Arthur Andersen’s Audit and Assurance Department for five years and used the time he spent there to hone in on his knowledge and skills working on large corporate accounts including the Sheraton Hotels and Cadbury Schweppes. These large accounts helped him to understand how financial steps in the present affect the future on a large scale.

After he had developed his business acumen at Arthur Andersen’s Audit and Assurance Department and other companie in the accounting and finance sector, CEO Scott Herckis launched his own company, SJH Financial. He had spent so much of his time working on large accounts for big conglomerates and at the same time watching smaller business owners struggle to make smart financial decisions simply because they did not have access to the advisorship that could get them situated successfully. So, in 2009, CEO Scott Herckis decided to take the leap and found SJH Financial in order to fulfill his dream of helping smaller business owners to make smart financial decisions. Let him help you to apply his years of financial knowledge to set up your future.

Wednesday, 20 April 2016

SJH Financial Can Help Your Business Get Better

If you have a business and you're looking to get your finances under control, or you want better budgeting and forecasting solutions, Scott Herckis and SJH Financial can help you make the best possible decisions to drive your future growth. They understand the difficulties and challenges businesses face, and they know how to make the best of financial opportunities.

It is a fact of life that, when you are looking for outside financing to start or grow your business, the first round can be enormously intimidating. That is one reason Scott Herckis created SJH Financial in 2009. He created the company because he has a passion for assisting small business owners in making financial decisions that benefited them the most. That's why the one thing that sets Scott Herckis and SJH Financial apart from many other financial counselors is his ability to communicate everything to his clients when it comes to every aspect of finance.

SJH Financial works from a basic premise that Scott Herckis holds very closely; financial advice is worthless if the person receiving it has no idea how to use it. That's why the company delivers its financial expertise with a lot of sage wisdom, much like Scott Herckis himself. The financial experts at SJH Financial don't just tell clients how to make money and what to do with it, they explain why they are doing what they are doing and what it means to their overall strategy.

Scott Herckis earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting at the University of Texas at Austin and he earned a CPA as he worked with the Audit and Assurance Department at Arthur Andersen for five years, working with a number of large corporate clients, including Sheraton Hotels and Cadbury Schweppes. Since his time at Arthur Andersen, he continued to increase his profile in the accounting and finance, working with companies in the fashion and apparel industry as a controller, then a Vice President of Finance, and finally a CFO.