Flippers/FBA Sellers

What is a CFO?

Do you need part-time CFO services...

Of course not!

If you want to continue to run a semi-directionless operation, not crush a three-year plan, make investment decisions that flip on what you ate that day, and ineffectively use cash...
What is a CFO

It's not the big corporate executive you see glamorized in the media.

It's someone that runs three processes for your company:

-Financial Planning & Analysis
-Cash Management
-Reporting & Controls

These things exist and matter, no matter how small your business.
Do I need a CFO?

Nope, just some part-time CFO services.

What would this look like?

1) A three-year financial plan with monthly monitoring.

2) Analysis on all business investment decisions - e.g., ROI on marketing dollars or products to flip.
3) Cash and credit management to minimize borrowing costs, maximize returns on free cash flow, and ensure cash is available when needed.

4) Financial statements for results tracking, potential borrowing, and tax preparation.

5) Tax Planning.
The ROI on these services is through the roof.

You are leaving money on the table left and right and don't even realize it.

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