Motivated to preserve and propel the financial success of businesses, Ed Musmon has spent over 20 twenty years as a trusted advisor to those who may not have even known they needed a CFO.  Under his leadership, businesses and business professionals who are unable to ‘know it all— and do it all,’ come to I Need a CFO and embrace his services.


To provide the highest level of outsourced financial expertise and solutions to small and middle market companies and organizations by utilizing a value added, cost effective approach to financial management.   

Rarely have I encountered a professional who has demonstrated the sensitivity, flexibility and quiet confidence which Ed exercised on a daily basis.
— Ronald Stone, Workers Compensation Research Institute


Ed, and his network of associates, improve profitability and business intelligence in the following ways: 


Ed created order out of the chaos of our billing system, generated discipline in our financial planning, and helped us open two new offices and handle the complexities of a global marketplace. He did these tasks with good humor, a tolerance for ambiguity, and an eye on the important issues for our practice’s continued financial success.
— Eric Mankin, Ph.d., Partner, Integral, Inc.


Ed is a “breath of fresh” air as our finance leader. He has instituted a number of changes that have/will improve our processes and performance. The consummate team player, Ed is approachable, innovative and hard-working.
— William Rizzo, Chief Operating Officer, Geocomp, Inc.


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Edward Musmon

I Need a CFO founder Ed Musmon’s career spans over two decades as an accomplished operational CFO.  He has extensive experience as a senior financial professional, trusted advisor, and consultant to private, public and nonprofit organizations.  Ed holds a BS in Management from UMass Dartmouth, an MBA from Northeastern University and a Certificate of Management Accountant (CMA) designation.Ed is an active member of Financial Executives (FEI), the Treasurers Club of Boston (TCB), and the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC).

When not number crunching Ed can be found playing saxophones with Stoli (jazz/blues ensemble), listening to music, biking, or golfing.