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Michelle Campbell

United States

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About Me and My Work

What kinds of projects, tasks, or challenges do you typically partner with nonprofits on?
Time Value Accounting is a different kind of accounting firm, made great by our diverse talent and open-minded perspective. We recognize that each of our clients have their own unique needs, plans, goals, and dreams. We also understand the challenges that entrepreneurs and small business owners face, and we’re here to help those businesses succeed.

Specializations include CFO Services, Accounting, Business Consulting, Tax Services and Bookkeeping
Why would someone choose to work with you?
As your nonprofit grows, it will become impossible to operate optimally and strategically without the expert advice of a CFO. You need someone committed to looking after the strategic and financial direction of your nonprofit, because waiting could cost you. Big.

As your trusted partner, our objectivity, creativity, and entrepreneurial spirit will help you develop unique solutions that are in the best interest of your nonprofit. We work with you and your management team to plan ahead for cash flow and financing needs, create budgets and forecasts, make recommendations for improvements to internal controls, and provide valuable insights that help you make informed decisions that increase your efficiency and profitability. We know that in order to grow into the future, your biggest advantage is often a clear view ahead.

The Benefits of having Time Value Accounting as your Part-Time CFO:

• Better understanding of your business' finances and cash flow.
• More informed and wiser business decisions.
• Improvement of company accounting procedures.
• Budget preparation and monitoring.
• Development of financial controls.
• Improved cash management and trend analysis.
• Training and management of your financial staff.
• Professional liaison and negotiation assistance with banks, attorneys, vendors, and more.
• Peace of mind.

It’s time you changed the way you think about your nonprofit and its future. A lack of financial foresight, no plans for scalability, or an incomplete strategy are sure signs of failure. You need the expert advice of a CFO.
Key words and additional details
accounting, budgeting, forecasting, cash flow, bookkeeping, tax