What to Look for in a Fractional CFO for a Healthcare Startup
Healthcare startups need a CFO who understands the industry, knows the regulatory landscape, and can open doors with healthcare-focused capital sources.
Improve Your SaaS Gross Margin
A good gross margin for a SaaS startup is 75% or higher. Here are some tips to help you measure and improve your SaaS gross margin.
Critical Series A Finance Metrics for SaaS Startups
SaaS startups need strong metrics for Series A funding that demonstrate traction, growth, profitability, and efficiency.
How Much Money Should My Startup Raise at Series A?
Raise enough money to cover 18-24 months of runway based on your growth plans after the round while preserving as much equity as possible.
When Should My Startup Raise Series A Funding?
Your startup should raise Series A funding once you’re beyond the MVP stage, have a proven product-market fit, and are ready to accelerate growth.
What’s a Good LTV:CAC Ratio for a SaaS Startup?
Maintaining a healthy LTV:CAC ratio around 3:1 helps your SaaS startup achieve the right balance of growth and profitability.
Is My Startup Ready for a Fractional CFO?
Fractional CFOs are increasingly popular among growing startups right now. How do you know if your startup is ready to hire one?
Monthly SaaS Contracts vs. Annual
Monthly SaaS contracts should incorporate a premium greater than 22% to achieve the same economics as an annual SaaS contract.
3 Important Efficiency Metrics for SaaS Startups
Important efficiency metrics for SaaS startups include Sales Efficiency (aka the Magic Number), Human Capital Efficiency, and Capital Efficiency.
Sales Tax on SaaS: A Checklist & State-By-State Guide for Startups
Even if your home state does not collect sales tax on SaaS software, the state where your subscriber lives just might.