With such a young industry the importance of educating potential clients and other stakeholders is challenging to do as individuals. However, pooled resources mean our voice is amplified making the first meeting with a lead that little bit easier.
Starting out, owners or founders of small businesses can survive by relying on their gut instincts and keeping themselves busy. They have complete visibility of what is going on around them from day to day because there just aren’t that many moving parts to grapple...
Broadly, there are 2 separate problems : How to survive now that the ‘music has stopped’ and how to start up again when it’s safe to press ‘play’.
The Virtual CFO Association doesn’t think there has ever been a more exciting time to be in this fast growing and emerging sector. Historical psychological barriers to remote working in virtual teams have come crashing down. The crisis has been the ultimate in validation for virtual working. Businesses that survive will have embraced it. People who have experienced the benefits will be advocates for a different working ‘normal’ when it’s safe to return.
Wait, what? You’re an accountant who is looking to make me pay more tax? Are you mental? Why on earth would I want to pay MORE tax? Yes, you’ve read it correctly but just to underline it.
No matter what I read or hear, the word “unprecedented” keeps popping up. Whilst I am positive society has known similar times and came out stronger, I believe this time for us has made us STOP and reassess our work and personal lives.
thousands of CFO’s will find themselves working remotely to start with and as many businesses are forced to cut costs, eventually many will be reduced to part time (or even let go). In other words, full-time Joe (or Jo) (because of the crisis and through no fault of their own) will become part-time Joe.
Trevor the Truckie and the benefits of a Virtual CFO Training Wheels Trevor had a love of trucks going right back to when he was a small child. His family had grown up in a small country town located about halfway between 2 capital cities on a main interstate...
Everyone knows you wouldn’t try to dig a hole with a hammer. Both are good tools, the tool itself isn’t the problem, but you need to use the right tool for the job. Flying by the seat of your SME pants? Many SME owners are finding that “keeping up with the bouncing...
What do I get from being a member of the Virtual CFO Association? Aside from the core reason for belonging; being part of the ONLY elite group with the sole focus of advancing the emerging Virtual CFO sector, there are many other benefits and features: Advocacy We...
We believe that the better question to ask is “Why wouldn’t you join the Association?” Our vision is to go ‘all-in’ and build our brand as THE mark of quality in this exciting sector. Being a part of this elite pool of expertise gives our members a very compelling...
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