Bookkeeping or a CFO?

Bookkeeping is essential and mandatory for a business. It includes daily operations, data entry, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, General Ledger, bank reconciliation, sales taxes, depreciation, financial reports, tax filings, invoice, payments, etc. A Chief Financial Officer can help interpret all that information and use it to increase cash flow and profit, optimize costs, lower debt … Read more

What is a Virtual Chief Financial Officer?

A CFO is usually responsible for: The interpretation of company results and indicators Document assessment Create or improve investor relations Cost control measures and analysis Capital acquisition Forecasting Financial planning and strategy Acquiring or reducing debt Establishing the feasibility and/or sustainability of a business Helping senior management establish, change, adjust and adapt goals and roadmaps … Read more

CFO or Virtual CFO?

Every company should invest in great financial management, and Bookkeeping alone isn’t enough. If you are thinking about hiring a CFO, stop and think if you can benefit from a Virtual CFO instead who can help you: Have all the benefits of an experienced financial officer without the overhead of an in-house employee. Enjoy a … Read more

Is a Virtual CFO right for my business?

Some businesses struggle to find where they can: Optimize costs Increase profit Hit their sales mark Reach their overall goals Establish new goals All these must align with the nature of their business and the current state of affairs. Beyond Bookkeeping, a Virtual Chief Financial Officer can help your business adapt by finding the right … Read more