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Does My Business Need a Part Time CFO?

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The role of the CFO (at larger organizations) is to manage the finance department as a whole, both operationally— ensuring accounting systems, tools, and finance employees are supporting the company’s short and long-term goals—and strategically guiding the company through key business decisions and performing competitive market analysis.

A part-time CFO can help even the smallest companies strategize on capital requirements to fund an acquisition or some other form of growth initiative, or to help a fast-growing company decide whether it might be advantageous to go public.

The key is that you don’t need to bring on a CFO full time to reap the benefits of their expertise. (Seriously, why would you pay someone a six-figure salary when you only need them for a few hours each month?)

Read on to find out if your business needs a part time CFO!

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