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November 5, 2014
Funeral And Cemetery Consultants Dan Isard Accounting Newsletter November

Giving Thanks for Accounting

Accounting is a thankless job. This is not a pity me newsletter but a fact. Most accountants do their work in solitude. If you want to know another reason why you should be using Foresight’s REAL TIME ACCOUNTING read this newsletter.     Accounting Newsletter November
November 3, 2014
Funeral And Cemetery Consultants Dan Isard Re Engineering Your Technology November 2014 Director Finance 101

Re-engineering Your Technology

Because Technology is no longer Optional. Technology top 16 for all Funeral Homes. Somehow, the gravitational forces of the universe ordained it so that people who are technologically adept are drawn to Cupertino, California. Unfortunately, that same force of nature has sent those who repel technology to funeral service. Re-engineering Your Technology – November 2014 Director – Finance 101  
November 3, 2014
Funeral And Cemetery Consultants Stephanie Ramsey HR Special Ed Ebola

Front Office News: Special Report

Ebola; are you prepared? The funeral industry is directly behind the healthcare providers in terms of potential risk. Click here to read some facts to be aware of regarding Ebola. HR Special Ed Ebola
October 27, 2014
Funeral And Cemetery Consultants Dan Isard Why And How To Sell Preneed Products Without A Price Guarantee November 2014

Why and how to sell preneed products without a price guarantee.

How can you stop losing money on preneed contracts? Just look at the numbers, and you’ll see that the answer is simple, though it’s one some funeral directors don’t want to hear. Why and how to sell preneed products without a price guarantee – November 2014  
October 15, 2014
Funeral And Cemetery Consultants Dan Isard The Great Profit Generator For Cemeteries November 2014

The Great Profit Generator for Cemeteries

If you take the blinders off, you will see that consumers who choose cremation are not being marketed to for interment of those cremated remains. Those cremated remains are either tossed away (yes, I know, the proper phrase is “scattered”) or they are retained – at which point they become a liability of sorts for the family. The Great Profit Generator for Cemeteries November 2014  
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