CFO Network is a provider of outsourced accounting, strategic advisory and corporate finance services to small and medium businesses of all types, both locally and nationwide.

CFO Network is an alternative to hiring your own internal accounting, finance and bookkeeping people. Our company consists of teams of finance and accounting professionals at all levels who are passionate about the businesses of our clients.

Our employees form teams of professionals capable of providing services normally associated with Chief Financial Officers, Controllers, Financial Analysts, Accountants and Accounting Specialists. CFO brings a portfolio of

Solutions
Managing Inventory for Profitability
Inventory can become an unwieldy animal in a lot of companies. Over time the number of SKUs grow, quantities grow, things get disorganized and it becomes an increasingly difficult mountain of effort to regain control. The thing is, a lot of business owners fail to connect the dots that excess inventory is consuming cash. We had a new client come to us thinking they were hiring us to help them work with the banks to
About
We build our success from three sources of strength:
Our employees form teams of professionals capable of providing services normally associated with Chief Financial Officers, Controllers, Financial Analysts, Accountants and Accounting Specialists. CFO brings a portfolio of companies together and “timeshares” the team out to each company according to its need. From a company’s perspective it is like hiring a virtual employee, except they get much, much more. Success by leveraging our cumulative experience. From our vantage point it seems like we have “seen it
Articles & Insight
One in five U.S. mortgage borrowers are underwater ...
"One in five U.S. homeowners with mortgages owe more to their lenders than their properties are worth, and the rate will increase as housing values drop in states that have so far avoided the worst of the crisis, a new study shows. About 8.31 million properties had negative equity at the end of 2008, up 9 percent from 7.63 million at the end of September, according to the study, released Wednesday by First American CoreLogic. The