MLA Companies is not a CPA firm that also does consulting. They are consultants whose customized, value-driven approach offers processes and services that align to their clients’ needs and future growth. This focus has allowed MLA to speak to current issues that are affecting small businesses, and be visible in the news.
Founded in 2006 by CEO Seth Morgan, the MLA Team are financial experts positioned to understand a client and their business—to protect, guide, and empower.
Clients who invest in building relationships with MLA Companies know that their purpose will not change but their service offerings can grow as the business grows. At MLA Companies the discussion with a client is centered around purpose and growth first—then finance and services second.
Because of this approach, MLA is seen as a thought-leader in the fractional advisory industry, and in financial services for small businesses.
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Below are some of the articles and interviews that feature our team.
MLA contributed an article to UniverseNewsNetwork.com on how the threat of recession is affecting the M&A market for SMBs. Read the article here.
MLA contributed an article to HR.com about finding expertise outside your company. Seth describes Fractional Hiring Best Practices and how fractional expertise can be an ongoing solution in a tight labor market. Read the article here.
MLA contributed an article to ModernProfessional.co about revisiting business strategy during the pandemic recovery. Seth describes how a restructured strategy can overcome uncertainty caused by inflation, supply chain disruptions, and the effects of the great resignation. Read the article here.
MLA was featured on YoungUpstarts.com in a Thinking Aloud piece. Seth discussed the three main challenges that small and mid-size businesses must retool to overcome in this new world. To read the article, click here.
MLA contributed a blog post to Startup Nation on the value of a fractional, or outsourced CFO to the success of a startup.
Seth and Mentor’s Collective discussed how business owners can overcome uncertainty by drawing on fractional, outsourced expertise.
“We see a lot of small business owners paralyzed by uncertainty and fear,” says Seth Morgan, Founder, and CEO of MLA Companies. MLA is a Fractional CFO and Business Financial Services provider in southwest Ohio.
“Most owners rely on a gut feel for the condition of their business,” Morgan continues. “That feeling gives them the confidence to make decisions. But when the circumstances change in unexpected ways, they lose that feeling, and anxiety sets in. Then they become paralyzed by uncertainty.”
To read the full article, click here.
Seth Morgan was interviewed by Authority Magazine on January 9, 2022. This is part of an ongoing series Authority Magazine is doing with Entrepreneurs. To read the full interview, click here.
MLA was asked to contribute an article to HR.com on Top Trends in Employee Benefits. Our overall conclusion was that “Showing your employees that you value them is essential for a healthy and productive workforce.” To download the full article, click here.
Seth Morgan was interviewed on Savvy Broadcasting about employee retention. Founder and host, Christina Rivera talked with Seth about adjusting to employee’s needs for flexibility and to remain connected while working remotely.
Seth Morgan was interviewed on BusinessRadioX in Atlanta GA for their program, Workplace Wisdom. He discussed MLA’s purpose of Business Redeemed, and our mission on how we carry that out.
Seth Morgan appeared on The Sunday Business Page on October 10, 2021. He was asked about strategies for employee retention, based on an article MLA had published that was featured on Yahoo Finance, among other places. To read that article, click here.
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Gary Wilkins was interviewed on ThinkTech Hawaii about an article on the likelihood of hyperinflation. To read that article, click here.
Seth Morgan was interviewed on the Jimmy Barret Show about an article on the likelihood of hyperinflation. Seth’s segment begins at minute 48:27. For a playlist of Seth’s interview in segments, click here.