Virtual CFO


(303) 884-2542

Real CFO Experience for your business

Start up's, Non-profit's or ongoing business's

  • Explain your financial position: Walk you through your financial statements and discuss profits (or losses), any assets you own and outstanding liabilities as well as your cash flow
  • Set up an accounting system and tools: If you have an existing accounting system, then the virtual CFO evaluates the system and existing process that you have in place and make recommendations for improvement
  • Forecast cash flow: Create a 12-month cash flow projection to ensure you have the cash that you need to cover future obligations
  • Manage cash flow: Understand where your money is coming from and where you are spending your money
  • Create budget-to-actual reports: Set goals for the year and evaluate periodically to see if you are on track to meet your goals; if not, dig into why for example your expenses are higher than you projected
  • Work directly with lenders and investors: Act as your liaison by communicating directly with financial institutions and potential investors to provide the financial documents required to show that you are a good credit risk