Posts Tagged: KPI

Start 2018 on the Right Financial Foot

We’re knee-deep in the fourth quarter of 2017, and business owners and their bookkeepers are busy wrapping up their corporate accounting matters. This is also the perfect time to do some advance planning for 2018 with some bookkeeping tasks that will help put your business on the track for a strong year ahead. After all, you can’t get where you want to be… Read more »

Get Real with Your Real Estate Business by Hiring a Virtual CFO

Real estate investment and management companies face a myriad of issues unique to the industry. Real estate investors and property owners need to have an understanding of where to place their financing, how to maximize the value of properties in their portfolio, and what to do with legacy assets that they may have “inherited.” A… Read more »

What Makes a Great CFO?

A great Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is like a sports coach. This individual ensures that the organization makes the best use of its resources, plays by the rules and reaches its full potential. A CFO is not simply a skilled accountant. Rather, a great CFO is strategic and not only asks the right questions but… Read more »

Business Benefits of a Virtual CFO

As the chief cook and bottle washer of your company, it’s often hard to get away from the day-to-day details long enough to focus on the company’s long-term prospects. That’s where a virtual CFO comes in. There’s no shame in getting seasoned assistance. In fact, it’s a very smart business move. Even the most experienced… Read more »

How Your Company Could Benefit from a Virtual CFO

As a business owner or entrepreneur concentrating on growing your business, your main focus is likely to be on managing operations, attracting new customers, and recruiting and retaining talent. Often the company’s finances get overlooked. How would you like to have a virtual CFO working in conjunction with you? What’s a virtual CFO? A virtual… Read more »

What is a CFO?

An organization is like a ship—the chief executive officer (CEO) is the captain and steers the company towards its goals; while the chief financial officer (CFO) is the rudder who works with the CEO to ensure that the company is financially sound in order to meet its business goals. In essence, the CFO holds the… Read more »