VIRTUAL CFO

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SMALL BUSINESS ACCOUNTING
VIRTUAL CFO
PERSONAL ACCOUNTING
ACCOUNTING FOR TRUSTS
RENTALS & INVESTMENTS
ACCOUNTING FOR NEW VENTURES
EXISTING BUSINESS ACCOUNTING

A“Virtual CFO” to uncover / discover the value in your business


Traditionally a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) oversees and manages the financial risk factors, planning, recordkeeping and data analysis for a company. Generally, a CFO is highly educated, well connected, and provides strategic and business leadership to the CEO and board.

Many business owners are not sure about how to control growth, raise capital, restructure, strategically plan, improve profitability, or address the many other issues that arise in business.

These small to medium enterprises do not need and cannot afford a full time CFO. However, they do recognise a CFO would bring expertise that would benefit their business.

That’s where the increasing popularity of the Virtual CFO and the expertise of Miller Johnson comes into play. Without the significant cost of employment, we provide CFO services as and when you need them. We have years of experience to offer and can tailor a level of involvement that will suit your business needs and budget. We can help you gain accurate financial information from your systems, understand what’s happening in your business, alert you to potential problems, and provide objective and experienced advice so you can make those complex business decisions.

Do you answer yes to any of the questions at right? Book in for a conversation with Miller Johnson about engaging a virtual CFO to support and move your business forward. No strings attached, just words and numbers, plain and simple.

Contact Miller Johnson now for your FREE initial consultation

HAVE YOU THOUGHT OF:

  • Do you think your company should be more profitable?
  • Are your aged debtors losing you money, but you’re not sure how to fix the problem?
  • Do you have a strategic plan in place?
  • Are your financial systems providing timely and useful reports? Do you understand how to read and use them?
  • Do you understand your business’s financial position?
  • Are there process inefficiencies that are costing you money?
  • Is succession planning (or an exit strategy) needed?
  • Is your business growing and you’re not sure when to add cash, people, capacity, or distribution channels?
  • Do you have a trusted “sounding board” for when you’re grappling with strategies or issues?