Beth Donalds, MBA, CPA, is a veteran finance and operations professional whose practical approach to problem solving and putting fundamentals into practice has helped countless entrepreneurs and business owners translate their vision for success into a reality.
As founder and principal of Business Doctor of North Jersey, LLC, Beth provides entrepreneurs and small businesses with the know-how and hands-on support they need to grow their businesses by improving day-to-day operations, shaping sales and marketing strategies,and implementing tactical plans that deliver results.
Beth is a licensed CPA in New Jersey and a member of both the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants. She holds a BS from Trenton State College and an MBA from Fairleigh Dickinson University.
You can read more of Beth's story in the incredible book, Redefining Success: Real Women, Real Stories, Real Inspiration. Available now through Amazon!
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Beth Donalds, MBA, CPA, is a veteran finance and operations professional whose practical approach has helped countless entrepreneurs and business owners translate their vision for success into a reality.
Alex Galeano, President, CAD SIGNSI knew that something was broken on our accounting systems, I just didn’t know what it was, and my accountant didn’t had time to look for the problem and give us the Coaching we needed to handle it and fix it. That is when I looked for help and found Beth. She came aboard and immediately found what was broken and made a plan to slowly bring the right people, change the entire accounting system and get everything where it should be. I couldn’t be more thankful for the dedication and knowledge that she brought to our business. She made a total makeover to our accounting system.
Jay Brunn, L.K.B. Meats Inc.Beth has helped us achieve great results with our business. She also exemplifies someone of the highest integrity. Beth is not only intuitive in her abilities to root out difficulties and positives in a business but has helped us grow our business. We now have millions in sales and Beth has always helped us figure out the bottom line. Any recommendation that Beth has made throughout the many years as our business accountant has been spot on and extremely proactive. She is an extremely honest, talented professional who I deeply respect and trust. She is a great asset to have working for any company.
Michael Goldberg, EntrepreneurOver the past 10 years I have been involved in many businesses, and I have always sought Beth’s sound advice. Beth has provided professional counsel in which she both supported my goals, yet challenged some of my assumptions, asking me questions no one else did. Along with being a sounding board, she presented me with “best practices” yet also found simple “work-a-rounds” to help me solve day-to-day problems. Beth is an accomplished business consultant who I highly recommend.
Loren Gelberg-Goff, Psychotherapist, Author and Speaker, LCSW Beth has put my “overwhelm” about money awareness, organization, and control to rest. I now know how to handle income, expenses and taxes with greater focus and clarity. She advises, guides and supports with respect and compassion and yet with a very clear and direct business acumen that is necessary and essential for every business owner. Having Beth as my private COO has helped make my practice an economically thriving business.
Sabrina McEntee, President, HypeMarketingAfter working ‘in my business' and not 'on my business', I knew that it was time to call Beth Donalds. Within one year, Beth established an action plan for Hype to win more reoccurring revenue accounts, defined clear strategies to target my ideal clients, and created accountability metrics to make sure we stay on track. Beth is the COO that every small and growing businesses needs!
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