Global supply and regulatory changes drive need for US CFO consulting services

1-CFO provides small to medium-sized businesses the value of the insights and advice that a seasoned chief financial officer would share with a large organization – at a price that a small business can afford. Further information can be found at

1-CFO announces the official launch of CFO consulting services tailored to small-to-medium sized businesses across the USA. Many growing organizations could greatly benefit from the financial analysis experience and resources a seasoned chief financial officer can offer, but often growing organizations do not have the budget to hire an experienced, full-time CFO.

As a result, many organizations are beginning to utilize virtual or part-time CFO consults to streamline the financial changes and decisions that will help a business to be profitable while adapting to global supply issues and US regulatory changes in the light of COVID-19.

1-CFO offers cutting edge solutions and seasoned expertise regarding the financial decisions that small-to-medium businesses need to make if they want to grow in a competitive market. The founder of 1-CFO, Daniel Emery, MBA, makes a point of saying “1-CFO’s consulting and outsourced services can turn chaos and complexity into usable data for key decision-makers.”

Many businesses struggle to track cash flow. This is the monitoring of accounts receivable, collections, deposits, and cash flow projections to ensure that a company has the money it needs to meet its financial obligations. This can be a difficult task for businesses, as it requires keeping track of many different moving parts.

One of the most common mistakes businesses make is underestimating staff capabilities and their ability to manage responsibilities. This can be due to a lack of clarity regarding roles. When roles are not clearly defined, it can lead to confusion and conflict. To avoid this, it’s important to have a clear understanding of what each staff member’s role is and an experienced CFO can analyze an organization and outline ways to enhance productivity to optimize the return on human capital.

Financial reporting is the process of communicating financial information about a business to owners and other interested parties. It includes the preparation of financial statements, as well as the dissemination of that information. Financial reporting is a vital part of business operations, as it provides owners and other stakeholders with a clear picture of the company’s financial health.

Technology is constantly evolving, and organizations must keep up with the latest trends to stay competitive. When implementing new technology, it’s important to calculate the potential benefits and costs. Will the technology help an organization save time or money? Will it increase productivity? Will it help a business reach new markets? Understanding the potential risks and rewards will help key personnel make the best decisions for an organization.

Tax planning is the process of organizing finances in a way that minimizes the tax liability. It is important to be prepared to pay taxes in advance instead of the last-minute whirlwind of trying to find extra funds to pay taxes. Many growing businesses struggle and focus so much on revenues that they overlook tax preparation which leaves them in a bind when taxes are due.

By tracking all expenditures and accounts receivable, businesses can get a clear picture of where their money is going and what can be reduced if needed. This helps to ensure that businesses are never short for cash and can always meet their obligations.

Business owners are responsible for ensuring that payroll complies with all relevant regulations. This includes any changes that may have been introduced in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Failure to do so could result in financial penalties or even criminal prosecution. The best way to avoid any problems is to keep up to date with the latest changes and to take professional advice if unsure as to what to do.

Payroll is very important for a business and, if done incorrectly, can generate significant liabilities for a business owner. The payroll process includes keeping track of employee hours, calculating wages, and withholding taxes and other deductions. Payroll can be handled in-house or outsourced to a third-party provider – either way it still must be monitored and analyzed.

Daniel Emery, MBA, continues… “1-CFO helps business owners gain confidence and clarity regarding their financial situation. 1-CFO offers streamlined chief financial officer consulting services to businesses that currently cannot afford to hire a full-time CFO, but need the experience and insights that a seasoned CFO would provide. 1-CFO offers a spectrum of services that are typically overseen by a CFO in a large organization. This allows small-to-medium sized businesses to gain insights into key processes, procedures, and decision-making strategies that will make an organization more profitable.”

1-CFO was established in November 2020 by an experienced team with over a decade of combined experience in bookkeeping, accounting, business management, and marketing. The goal of 1-CFO is to provide small to medium-sized businesses the value of the insights and advice that a seasoned chief financial officer would share with a large organization – at a price that a small business can afford.

To learn more about the services provided by 1-CFO and to request a free proposal, visit for more information.

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