See what some of our members have to say in their own words.
Chris was buried in compliance work and didn't have a way to help his clients grow. He was able to go off on his own and start his own firm.
Pierre was tired of "chasing squirrels" with his tax practice. He wanted to do something more efficient with his time but also something that he knew his clients really needed.
Sandy joined The CFO Project because she has always offered value based accounting services and wanted to be able to include a high-value service to her clients.
Anthony went from not having any CFO clients to having 9 CFO clients since joining The CFO Project. He has now hired his first employee to help handle the workload.
Janu's confidence level increased which allowed her to go after higher paying clients.
Ron's tax practice was volume driven and knew it wasn't sustainable. He was undercharging and always trying to get more clients that required more time in order to grow his practice.
Rocky got his first CFO client within 60 days at $12k annual revenue. He was able to since increase his annual revenue per client by 100% ($24k per year).
Becky reduced her workload by 75% and increased her income by 50%.
Claudia added a CFO service to her existing bookkeeping practice and now has the confidence to charge $5k per month.
Christina increased her billing rate and gained confidence in charging more and taking on larger clients.
Ryan has added 5 CFO clients to his accounting practice since joining The CFO Project.
Joel went from being overwhelmed with lots of low paying clients to working less and making more money from his new high paying clients.
It took Sanjay less than 24 hours from joining The CFO Project to get his first CFO client.
Bruce now generates 1 to 2 new clients every single month since joining the program. He's also 4x his 'effective hourly billing rate'.
Vinny's tax clients were asking for more 'advisory work' and he realized he needed more tools and support to make this 'business advisory' service more of an on-going engagement (for years to come). He found that in The CFO Project.