For all small business', the controller may be a supervisor and a liaison also when the organization has its own bookkeeper or accountant and interacts with external experts including the firm’s external CPA, lawyers, bankers, and others. The controller is responsible for three major areas.
- First, its finances including the firm’s accounting, bookkeeping, transaction processing, and tax planning.
- Second, the controller is a human resources expert specializing in employee incentives, retirement, and insurance plan administration.
- Third, the controller manages the acquisition, processing, and the internal and external dissemination of information and its associated technologies.
Our Outsourced Controller/CFO services can assist you in each of the controller’s functional areas to give you the opportunity to grow your business! Not only, do we have years of experience performing these functions, but also we can help you avoid paying over $100,000 every year it will cost you to keep a qualified controller on your staff.
We will provide you with ongoing services or tackle one-time projects to keep your business operations at peak efficiency.