“When your business is growing quickly but you do not have a budget to hire a full time CFO, a fractional CFO might be what you need. It’s a cost-effective way to get the services that you need, and you can create a tailored plan to your specific business needs” (Forbes, 2023)
From 2019 to 2020, there was a 27% increase in CFO resignations. Now, interest in fractional, or part-time CFOs has skyrocketed. Part-time CFOs save money and can adapt quickly to what an early-stage startup needs. But not every venture-backed startup can, or should, pursue a fractional CFO. 
The Rise of the Fractional CFO
Is your business ready for a fractional CFO?


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