Accountant and Bookkeeper

Does your small business need an accountant or a bookkeeper?

What is the difference? Accountant and bookkeeper are job titles that are sometimes used interchangeably with each other, but they convey different job responsibilities and level of technical knowledge. Bookkeepers are the people that do...

Tax Tips: How to Correct Filing Mistakes

Even after tax season is long gone, it doesn’t mean you or your small business are completely off the hook from any tax mistakes on your return. Even if you swore your tax return...

The Impact of Tax Reform on Financial Statements: Are You Ready?

You’ve probably seen the big changes that many publicly traded entities have announced related to the accounting for the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. It’s important to remember that the impact of tax reform...

A Step-by-Step Guide for Getting your Bookkeeping Organized for Tax Season

Tax season is now in full swing, meaning that many are likely wishing they had instituted better organizational systems over the past year. Use this bookkeeping how-to guide to get your small business organized,...

How to Access QuickBooks From Different Devices

Recent studies has proven that businesses are transforming digitally by implementing digital workspaces allowing them to move their IT infrastructure, business applications and data files to the cloud. A digital workspace is all of...

[Guide] Are You Ready for Your 2018 Budget?

If you haven’t already, it’s time to prep your business’ 2018 budget. While a variety of factors determine your business’ success or failure, your ability to create and stick to a budget is key...

Why You Need to Stop Using Checks

In the years after World War II, checks became ubiquitous. People used checks to pay for anything from their groceries to their vendors. A lot has changed since the 1950s – people use smartphones...

3 Financial and Accounting Tips for New Small Businesses

If you’re running a new business, you inevitably have a lot going on. Let’s say you’re running a home service business—you’re visiting client sites, following up on quotes, scheduling your team, and completing work....

ASU No. 2016-14: Do We Face it or Bury It?

Life is full of “face it or bury it” decisions. For example, a beloved family member has noticed that someone has consumed the last significant scoop of ice cream from the carton and left...

Protecting your small business from natural disasters

According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), more than 40% of businesses never reopen after a disaster, and for those that do, only 29% were still operating after two years.  That is a sobering statistic...
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