Hire an experienced controller for a fraction of the cost for a full-time hire. Scale your financial support at the same rate your business grows.
You’ll work with credentialed Fractional Controllers who have decades of experience and provide financial support to companies of all sizes.
Hiring a part-time controller is a cost-effective way to support your business with financial pros that can help to relieve unnecessary stressful auditing situations.
We understand that managing all of your finances while running your business is a tough balancing act. That’s why we have professional, seasoned controllers available to you on a flexible, affordable basis.
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It’s painful to keep up with your finances and books while running a business and juggling multiple projects. That’s why we offer Fractional Controller solutions. You get access to experienced Controllers that can provide the financial support you need without the long-term contracts.
A Fractional Controller will handle all of the accounting needs of your organization, ensuring a continuous flow of information to management for making effective decisions.
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The Controller is focused on analysis, scheduling, compliance with policies & procedures, and historical reporting.
The CFO is responsible for four major functions for the company — planning, accounting, reporting, and treasury. In addition, the CFO is responsible for managing the financial resources of the company, putting these resources to work to maximize returns and providing strategic direction/advice to management.
Self-execution is always an option, but not recommended.
– Decisions are limited by information available to you and your skill sets.
– Running your own accounting is tedious and time-consuming
– Self-execution of your accounting may detract from day-to-day operations and sales, reducing value that your business can generate
– Accurate valuation of the business will be impossible
The CPA is an independent resource who generally provides the following services:
– Audit and Assurance: Independent auditor’s report to assure interested third parties as to the integrity of the financial statements.
– Merger and Acquisition Consulting: Independent business valuations, tax planning and agreed-upon procedures.
– Tax Planning, Consulting and Compliance: Business and individual tax preparation, cost segregation studies, retirement and estate planning.
– Business Consulting: Customized engagement, varies based on staff/partner involvement, work paper documentation, engagement requirements.
– The CPA typically must not be a member of management and must be independent of the company unless providing only basic services, such as a compilation of the company’s financial statements.