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THE FORESIGHT COMPANIES, LLC
IS A BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND CONSULTING FIRM.

We are the leading provider of full spectrum financial and management consulting for the funeral home and cemetery professions.

Our professionals focus on helping you increase the efficiency and profitability of your business while allowing you to focus on the compassionate
delivery of service to your community.

Podcasts/Webinars

Walker Posey and the NFDA Survey on Consumer Attitudes

In this episode Dan Isard sits down with Walker Posey of Posey Funeral Homes to discuss the 2014 NFDA survey on consumer attitudes. Dan also talks about the finer points of negotiating with casket companies and how to get the best deal possible. The Dan Isard Show

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Making Aftercare Work for You: Strategic Steps to a More Successful Program

February 19th , 2015 OGR Webinar Do you want to differentiate your businesses from the competition in a tangible way? Developing your aftercare and outreach programs may be just what your firm needs. Using information from a recent study conducted with OGR members, The Foresight Companies explores varying definitions of aftercare and how funeral directors […]

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Seminars/Events

ICCFA 2015 Annual Convention Program Announed – Dan Isard Presents Five Changes You Need to Make to Remain Viable

Hear Dan Isard speak about the Five Changes You Need to Make to Remain Viable and visit The Foresight Companies Booth for a chance to win 15 seconds in our Money Machine at the 2015 ICCFA Annual Convention & Exposition in San Antonio, Texas April 8-11.

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Article/Newsletter/Press Release

Do You Need to Make Estimated Tax Payments?

Generally, the rule is that you must pay your taxes as you go. If you have not paid enough income taxes by filing time, you may have to pay a penalty for underpayment.  To determine whether you need to make estimates, answer these 3 questions: Accounting Newsletter March 2015

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Marketing Your Property to Cremation Families

“The number one thing cemeteries are doing wrong is not reaching people, assuming there’s no need for memorialization,” said Dan Isard, president of The Foresight Companies. “A cemetery is not just a point of interment, it’s a point of memories. We don’t go to a cemetery to visit our loved one who is buried there because we want to see their casket. We’re looking at […]

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