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startup's finances
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6 Ways to Keep Your Startup’s Finances Balanced Year-Round

Now that we are halfway into 2021, it is time to think about how you can further improve your startup’s operations to guarantee greater success in the latter half of the year. During this process, you will want to ensure that your cybersecurity measures are up to date, properly organize all of your old customer...
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Before Starting a Business in 2019, Tackle These 3 Legal Areas

Planning to start a business in 2019? Here's the good news: preparing now will help to put you and your new company on the right track to success. Great idea? Check. Detailed business plan that objectively measures where you’ll take the company in the short and long-term? Check. Plans to incorporate the business to legitimize...
tax preparer
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4 Considerations for Choosing the Right Tax Preparer

Taxes can be taxing for entrepreneurs and small business owners. Thankfully, tax season is nearly done and dusted, but looming on the horizon are potential changes to the way in which taxes will need to be filed once the GOP tax reform comes into full effect. As well as aiming to make the process of...
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Accountancy Advice for Start-up Businesses

Advice for Start-up Businesses: One Word - Accountant Starting a new business can be an extremely daunting task for anyone, whether you’re an experienced business player or simply embarking upon your first foray into the commercial world. From ISO certifications to small business taxations, the business world can seem worryingly perilous and dangerously complicated from...
finance
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Share The Cost Of Outsourced Controller Or CFO Services For Your Business

Outsourced Controller or CFO Roles Can Work for Your Business Many times, due to constraints with managing operations and cash flow, you sometimes find entrepreneurs and business owners trying to handle challenging issues by wearing many hats or by employing a family or friend to assist them. These constrains don’t always allow to hire the...
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My typical days are not so typical.

Whew! I have to say, although sales have been a little slow – as they always are this time of year – I seem as busy as ever. I've been working on a bunch of new products, and giving interviews and placing ads. I'm also trying to organize my house and office, which is a...
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Numbers Game

Headline: "Autodesk Inc. reported its revenue for the fourth quarter on Tuesday, and also said it will restate financial results for past years. The San Rafael company (NASDAQ: ADSK) hasn't reported its profit or loss in recent quarters because it is looking into its stock option grants to employees. On Tuesday, the company said it...
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Tax filing day is here – rejoice all ye small business owners!

I don't know, maybe it's because of the relief that comes over me once it's all done. Maybe it's because I've persevered & survived yet another tax season. But I've always felt like rejoicing once April 15 has come & gone – and this year April 15 is actually April 17. For an entrepreneur, filing...
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Are You Waving a Red Flag Outside Your Office?

An accountant can really help you figure out what tax deductions you qualify for, and mine has suggested a myriad of things I didn't know were deductible. I suggest if you don't have an accountant, you consider hiring one. The Sloan Brothers offer this advice on how to choose the right accounting service. With that...
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Preparing for the worst

Sometimes reality smacks you pretty hard in the face. As I prepared for vacation, I got smacked but good. There was a tragic car accident and my nephew was killed instantly. In a daze, I rearranged my travel plans and headed home to be with my family. After four days, I caught a couple of...