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What Does an Outsourced CFO do?

What Does an Outsourced CFO do?

What exactly does an outsourced CFO do? A traditional CFO (Chief Financial Officer) manages the company's finances, including planning, management of financial risks, record-keeping, and financial reporting. Capital CFO is an outsourced part-time CFO and what we do is...

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Top 6 Reasons to Outsource your Bookkeeping

Top 6 Reasons to Outsource your Bookkeeping

If you’re a small business owner or nonprofit leader looking to save both time and money, there are a number of reasons why outsourced bookkeeping may be a good idea. Here are six benefits to outsourcing your bookkeeping: More time for your business. Because there’s...

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Role of a CFO

Role of a CFO

Your CFO  is not only responsible for a company's finance and accounting function, they need to also be a a strategic partner who can help analyze a business’s strengths, weaknesses, and will assist in putting together a strategic plan. A CFO should be a forward...

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Recruiting great candidates

Recruiting great candidates

You want to find the right candidate for your company. You are making an investment and turn over is the number one financial and time consuming drain on a company. Finding the right person for the job is essential to your growth. Finding the right fit means putting...

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The Difference Between Bills,  Invoices and Statements

The Difference Between Bills, Invoices and Statements

As a business owner, invoices are sent to customers who are not paying immediately after a job has been completed or a service was provided. Customers will be paying at a later time and an invoice is sent to break down the cost owed to you. A bill is money owed to a...

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Presenting financials

Presenting financials

After carefully tracking and accounting for all transactions, a presentation of the financial statements helps business owners stay on top of their financials. It is helpful to start with the balance sheet, move on to the income statement, and end with your cash flow....

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Tracking for grants

Tracking for grants

Grants need to be accounted for at all times and many organizations do not realize that it is necessary to establish proper and transparent accounting practices in order to manage grants and continue to receive them. All income and expenditures from the grant need to...

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Cash Management

Cash Management

Small business owners need to pay special attention to their cash on hand. Your financial team will help you with the cash management of your business. Cash management includes monitoring and reducing the length of accounts receivables, increasing collection rates and...

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Bookkeeping

Bookkeeping

Bookkeeping is keeping an accurate recording of a company's financial transactions. And although technology and accounting software has greatly eased the process, having a reliable and experienced bookkeeper is the first step in financial management. Financial...

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