Fractional CFO

What is a Fractional CFO?

A fractional CFO is a financial professional who provides CFO-level services to companies on a part-time or interim basis. A fractional CFO can be a valuable resource for small and mid-sized businesses that cannot afford a full-time CFO or do not need one full-time.

What services does a Fractional CFO provide?

A fractional CFO can provide a wide range of services, including financial planning, budgeting, cash flow management, financial reporting, and financial analysis. In addition, a fractional CFO can help a company raise capital, negotiate loans, and manage risk.

Is a Fractional CFO a cost-effective option?

A fractional CFO can be a cost-effective way to get the financial expertise your company needs. When choosing a fractional CFO, it is important to select someone with experience in your industry and who understands your company's unique financial needs.

Service Levels

Level I -Virtual CFO

A remote team of accountants, including a CPA and Management Accountant, will work with you remotely to address your business needs.  You have a dedicated team of professionals at the ready.

Level II -Controller

Take Everything in Level I and add a proactive Controller to your team.  This includes tax planning and support, modeling, KPI analysis, cash flow management and budgeting

The Kitchen Sink

Your team gets everything we have.  Transactional support, monthly financial statements, tax work, and payroll.  Throw in everything contained in Level II and you have a fully dedicated CFO, for a fraction of the cost.

Why Outsource your CFO work:

A full-time CFO will cost a company between $200,000-$500,000 per year in salary and benefits.  Most internal CFOs will have knowledge and experience in some financial areas, but their knowledge will be limited by their individual industry experiences.

Our team brings together over 100 years of accounting, management, and financial experience covering multiple industries, including:

  • Service/Hospitality

  • Financial Services

  • Law Offices

  • Medical Practices

  • Construction

  • Transportation

  • Retail

  • Information Technology Services/Developers

  • and more