About Andrew Tucker
A summary of his qualifications includes:
- Accounting & Finance including financial statements, management reporting, budgeting and forecasting, job and project cost accounting, general ledger and cash flow analysis, international accounting, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, credit, collections & receivables management and banking, customer and vendor relations
- Computer skills in networks and PC applications, including Microsoft Office, accounting (QuickBooks Pro, Great Plains/Microsoft Dynamics, Lawson) & industry specific software
- Operational expertise with multiple locations, workflows, policies & procedures and strategic planning with exposure to planned maintenance and renovations
- Management & leadership abilities with experience from hiring to performance reviews to terminations including benefits administration
Core competencies and expertise includes:
- Profit & Loss Responsibility
- Inventory & Inventory Control
- Budgeting, Forecasting & Cash Flow Optimization
- Cost Reduction & Avoidance
- Productivity & Efficiency Improvement
- Team Building & Training
- Policy / Procedure Development
- Information Systems & Technology
- Financial & Contract Negotiations
- Relationship Management
- International / Foreign subsidiary accounting
- Risk Management
Some career accomplishments include:
- Assisted three clients in setting up and starting their businesses
- Discovered a $750K (approx.) payroll embezzlement scheme that resulted in prosecution
- Identified more than $140K in revenue posted in error and unrecorded assets while working a contract accounting job
- Suggested name for new Children’s Museum that was focus group tested and adopted
Andrew has a strong desire to utilize his skills, experience and work ethic to benefit other organizations. He has a service oriented approach, consultative approach and positive attitude which coupled with a willingness to learn would contribute toward the success and future growth of your company.
Andrew holds a Bachelor of Science in Business from Pfeiffer University and an M.B.A. from Queens University, both in Charlotte, N.C.. In addition, Andrew has a Certificate in Non-Profit Management from Duke University and is a graduate of the Leadership program sponsored by the York County, S.C. Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He serves on the Finance Committee at his church and is former treasurer of the Lancaster County (S.C.) Library Board, former treasurer of the Homelite Employee’s Credit Union, former member of the Finance Committee of the Children & Family Services Association of N.C. and former member of the finance committee of the BridgeHampton neighborhood in Charlotte, N.C..
He enjoys reading, music and classic movies. Originally from Asheville, North Carolina, Andrew lived many places while growing up in a military family. He and his wife currently live in Charlotte, N.C..
Queens University, Charlotte, NC Pfeiffer University, Charlotte, NC
Certificates & Licenses:
BS-Business 1986, MBA 1992, CPA – NC
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
Financial Executives Networking Group (FENG)
Articles by Andrew Tucker
- What financial statements should you monitor?
- Ready for your Mid-year Review?
- What does a CFO do?
- 2016 Sales Tax Changes: What to Expect in the New Year
- New Alliance Between TriNet and B2B CFO Allows SMBs to Receive Best-in-Class Financial and HR Services, All in One Place
- Where’s My Cash?
- Award Winning Author and INC. Magazine’s Editor-at-Large Bo Burlingham to Keynote B2B CFO®’s Annual Meeting
- A Penny at a Time
- U.S. Chamber of Commerce Names B2B CFO among Nation’s Top 100 Small Businesses at the 2015 Small Business Summit
- Sales Tax NEXUS – What’s it about?
- Want More Recurring Revenue in Your Business?
- What Form Should Your Business Be (pt. 2)?
- What Form Should Your Business Be?
- A Bookkeeping Program for Small Business
- Do you have a written budget?
- B2B CFO® Named to INC. 5000 List for Fourth Consecutive Year
- Crackdown on Misclassifying Employees as Independent Contractors
- 6 Classic Ways to Crash Your Company (from Inc.com)
- Working Capital: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
- World’s Simplest Management Secret
- Employee Turnover – Problem or not?
- Managing Insurance Costs
- 10 Reasons Your Top Talent Will Leave You
- When Should a Small Business Hire a Financial Chief? (from the New York Times)
- The note-app winner (according to PC World)
- Seven Principles for Avoiding Bankruptcy
- Fraud Checklist
- Are your Financial Statements tied up in "nots"?
- Does Your Business Need A CFO?
- Are you a "Better" company?
- Financial Resolutions for 2013
- Facing the Tax Cliff (Part 2 of 2)
- Facing the Tax Cliff (Part 1 of 2)
- Social Media Policy Tips
- New 401(k) Disclosure Regulations
- Is more always better?
- Happy Boss’s Day!
- What is a CGMA?
- Cash Flow Management
- What is a CFO?
- The GamePlan®
- MSSB and B2B CFO® Form Alliance
- For the third consecutive year, B2B CFO© ranks among America’s fastest growing companies