FRACTIONAL/consulting CFOs for businesses that want to improve their bottom line.
What is the difference between a CFO and a CPA, and why would I need a CFO?
A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is focused upon yesterday, and today. Their business is looking at how to save you the largest percentage of the bottom line you created, when it comes time to hand over part of it to the government.
A Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is focused upon tomorrow. Their business is looking at how to work with you to grow the bottom line. Increasing revenues and decreasing expenses are the goals of the CFO, and working with you to make informed decisions on how to achieve both of these goals.
Many successful business owners are successful because they fully understand the product that they are selling, but may not fully understand the business they are running. Until a company is generating upwards of $10-$20M per year, they may not need to make the 6-figure investment in a full-time CFO - that is where we come in. Our job is to get you to the $20M+ level.