The publishing business is a different animal. Most magazines have two, three or more revenue streams derived from a single product. And often no inventory. Fixed assets and depreciation are minor concerns. Because of this, accounting concepts that are normal in most businesses, such as cost of goods sold and gross profit, are meaningless in the publishing business. To successfully manage the accounting and financial structure of a publishing company requires experience - and some imagination.
Over the years, the CJBS publishing accounting team, led by Ted Joseph, has helped its clients achieve their growth objectives by implementing the right systems and programs for each particular company and its unique set of circumstances.
"CJBS has gained our trust as we have learned to rely on the expertise of their partners. Repeatedly they have proven to be a valuable resource for our company and continually update us with the latest financial plans and ideas."
- Donohue Meehan Publishing Co.