Posts filed under: Accounting

Price increases are usually subtle over time, mainly due to inflation.  If you are not annually reviewing and increasing prices, you will likely see margins decrease. Usually, you can increase...
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Fractional CFO’s have become increasingly important to most small businesses. Almost all businesses have a tax CPA to help them file their tax returns. As companies grow, they typically outsource...
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I have recently had to move some complicated QuickBooks (QB) Enterprise companies to QB Online for some clients. I like QB Online because of the lower cost and flexibility for...
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Amid the current COVID recession, we are all hoping the economy does more of “V Curve” rather than a “Nike Swoosh.” The V-Curve would be a quick bounce-back of the...
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Would you like to be able to easily predict your future cash flow?  And maybe even improve it? You can.  And you don’t have to hire someone to do it for you.  Really!...
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There has been additional scrutiny over people that have taken the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan in the last few weeks. It all boils down to one somewhat gray certification...
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So many businesses are in a potential cash crunch. If they aren’t in one now, they can see one coming in the next few months. The economy has come to...
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Do you wait months after the end of the month to see how you are doing financially? Are you able to review financials each month consistently to prior months? Do...
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I remember as a kid, we had a whiteboard where we would write funny sayings.  We would make up stupid quotes like the ones from Jack Handy from “Saturday Night...
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Your business seems to always be in a cash crunch. You are servicing your clients well and have a good business model, but there is something wrong with the cash...
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