Many small companies wish they had a CFO. They might actually need a controller — or a Fractional CFO and Controller team. Here’s the difference, and how to find the best fit for your company.
Let’s be honest. Your monthly financial statement is like kale: you know it’s good for you but it’s awfully hard to digest. Sadly, if you’re
Here is a four-letter word: CASH. While no one claims cash is a dirty word, the way many businesses approach cash management, one would think
As a CFO and accountant, I’ve created the books, cleaned up the books, and used the books to tell management about their company. To me,
Every year, 66% of small businesses fall victim to some level of fraud. Not all of them know it. Some never will. The damage may be
The sun has set on 2017 and your year-end financial statements look a bit gloomy. Maybe you are showing a bad loss – or maybe
Running a company without a CFO is tough – but hiring one can be even tougher. No other role will be so crucial to your
In the seemingly endless parade of new features announced by Apple yesterday was one that should make you sit up and take note. Apple Pay —
If your company engages in credit card processing, then you’re likely well acquainted with the complexity of deciphering a monthly credit card processing statement.
Last time we looked at nine warning signs that your business might need a transformation or major tune-up. This time we’ll talk about how to get started,
In my career as an , I’ve often fooled myself about what’s important and how to build my business. I’d go to work each day focused
It’s a shame, really that we have to interrupt our joyous year-end holidays with gut-wrenching year-end tax planning… So to minimize the pain, I’ve put
After a seven-year court battle, a judge finally laid down the law with two tycoons – Mr. Sukamto Sia and Mr. Low Tuck Kwong –
General contractors have long been required to purchase construction bonds to qualify for federal public works projects. These days, the practice is spreading to private projects too. Now