Accounting firm Wipfli has created a task force to help companies cope with the financial crisis.

Wipfli's Troubled Economy - Surviving and Thriving task force brings together the firm's top accounting, tax and consulting talent to assess a business client's strategy, vital signs and business practices to identify the changes necessary to cope with the economy.

"In these unusual economic times, companies must validate their business models, verify their vitals, and creatively explore new opportunities and ideas," said Jeff Greeneway (pictured), partner-in-charge of Wipfli's business consulting practice, in a statement. "These are not only turbulent waters, they are uncharted from what businesses have experienced in the past. Therefore, companies of all types and sizes need to look holistically at their businesses and act quickly and decisively." 

The TEST task force provides companies with advice on strategy, market analysis, financial review, tax, operations, human resources and technology. The task force will present two webinars in early February to provide further insights.

For more information, visit www.wipfli.com.

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