Your businesses may have grown to the point where you may need professional financial advice, but you really can’t afford a full-time CFO.  You may even have an bookkeeper but you need someone with more experience to make sure you are properly handling the financial aspects of you business.  Instead of paying for a full time experienced CFO at $75,000 – $150,000, a Part-Time CFO may be the answer.  A Part-Time CFO can provide you with the experience you need but at a fraction of that cost.  Here is what you can receive from my services:

  • The comfort of knowing that a professional is overseeing, protecting and constantly improving the financial side of your business.
  • A CPA who can make sure that your financial system is operating efficiently and has the appropriate controls in place to protect against defalcations and to maximize profitability.
  • A CPA who can train and manage your accounting staff.
  • A CPA who can provide you with timely financial information.
  • A CPA who can assist with budget preparation and long term planning.
  • A CPA who can help you with establishing a working business plan that focuses you on the important areas that you need to address in order to expand and make your business more practical.
  • A CPA who can directly work with bankers, attorneys, vendors, insurance companies on your behalf.
  • An experienced individual available as a sounding board to help you with the tough issues you face as a business person.

The following Wall Street Journal dated September 22, 2009 by Raymund Flandez explains benefit of “renting” a CFO.

For Rent: Chief Financial Officer