How Have You Been Preparing For Your Taxes?

If you read our FB posts the last couple of weeks, you will know that we have talked about being prepared for your taxes. AND how some businesses’ taxes will need to be done by 03/15 instead of 04/15 Read more

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April the 15th…

Did your blood pressure spike just by reading that date? 

For many business owners, April 15th is associated with guilt, panic, and stress.

But what if didn’t have to be?  What if April 15th was just another Thursday, no Read more

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The Mingle Jingle…

If your business is doing the mingle jingle, it’s time to STOP! You know, co-mingling funds…. EEK! 

Everyone knows (or at least SHOULD know) that you need a separate bank account for your business finances.

But do you know Read more

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Understanding your P& L – like REALLY understanding it.

Do you understand what a Profit + Loss statement is, and why it’s SO important for your business?

We mean – REALLY understand? 

If not, here’s a quick rundown of why it matters, how to use it, and a Read more

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EXCITING FINANCIALS… Trust us!

“Let’s talk about your business financial reports…”

… Not exactly an exciting sentence, right? 

But you may be surprised at all the great information hiding in those long columns of dates, dollar amounts and invoice numbers.

For example, did Read more

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Bookkeeper, Shmookkeeper, What’s the big deal?

“Why do I need a bookkeeper?  I’ve already got a QuickBooks subscription – that’s enough, right?”

That’s a fair question.

And the answer is?

NO – QuickBooks alone is not enough.  You, and your business, need a great Read more

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100 EXTRA HOURS!

Did you know that according to a NSBA survey the average business owner is spending over 8 hours a MONTH working on federal business taxes and finances? That doesn’t even include the other financial tasks like state taxes, invoicing, Read more

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To Outsource or Not?? ….. The million-dollar question.

As a business owner, you have many things to consider when making choices revolving around your accounting.

  • What system will you use?
  • What accounting basis is best for your business?
  • Will you use a fiscal or calendar year?
  • Are Read more
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