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Closing Your Books To Prepare For A Loan

Fri, Dec 06, 2024

10:00 am - 11:30 am EST


It’s our final financial Friday of the year! The NJSBDC at NJCU School of Business “First Friday: Closing Your Books To Prepare For A Loan”,  in partnership with M&T Bank, will be on December 6th from 10:00 am tp 11:30 am. Join us for a comprehensive financial webinar where we will explore the intricacies of closing your books and its consequential impact on your creditworthiness. Gain valuable insights differentiating between a tax preparer and a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), and equip yourself with essential knowledge to make informed financial decisions. Throughout this session, expect to:

  • Understand the critical importance of effective book closure practices
  • Explore how your approach to book closure can significantly influence your creditworthiness
  • Differentiate between the roles of a tax preparer and a CPA, discerning which best suits your financial needs
  • Acquire strategies for optimizing financial processes and enhancing fiscal efficiency
  • Receive practical tips for sustaining long-term financial health and stability

Join us for an enriching session designed to elevate your financial acumen and empower you to navigate the intricate landscape of personal finance with confidence. Secure your spot today to unlock invaluable insights tailored to your financial success.

Click the flier below to get registered (Registration opens November 1st)





Dominick Belfiore
Vice President & Relationship Manager
M&T Bank

Dominick Belfiore currently serves as a Vice President, Relationship Manager for M&T Bank’s Business Banking Division. In this role, he works closely with small- to mid-sized businesses providing them with the tools to grow including access to capital, products to optimize cash flow, and connections to non-financial resources. Before his role at M&T Bank, Dominick has led teams in the non-profit space, federal government, and military – working for the National Contract Management Association (NCMA), U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), U.S. Army, Department of Defense, and serving on active duty in the U.S. Marine Corps. His approach is collaborative, and he enjoys engaging with the local community and building and developing support ecosystems. While he currently resides in Bergen County with his wife and three children, Dominick is proud to honor the legacy of his late father who was born and raised in Jersey City, by engaging with and serving the community there.