Times Have Changed, So Has Your CPA

Few professions invoke classic generalizations quite like a Certified Public Accountant. You know the ones. An exhausted number cruncher, frantically checking and rechecking figures as they sip black coffee from a white Styrofoam cup with one hand and type wildly into a 10-key with the other. Or the shy math

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Choosing the Right Entity Structure to Align with Your Goals

Deciding on an entity structure for your business starts with understanding that there is never one perfect choice. The right organizational form is the one that aligns best with your personal goals and business objectives. To determine how each structure will impact your business plans, consider the rules regarding limited

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Avoid 13 Common Business Start-Up Mistakes

Building a successful business from the ground up is never easy – but making one or more of the following critical errors can make your journey from start-up to exit significantly more challenging. Learn from the mistakes of others by avoiding these common missteps when starting a new business. 1.

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Working on Your Business, Not in It

Working hard to resolve real-time challenges in your business is just part of being an owner – but sometimes, concentrating your efforts in the wrong places can potentially hold your business back. Understanding the importance of working on your business, and not in it, will help you become a better

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Avoiding Common Tax Scams

Avoiding Common Tax Scams

Summer is coming and that means the IRS will soon be updating their Dirty Dozen, which is the bureau’s annual list of the most notable tax scams in the country. Every year these scams become more sophisticated and difficult to spot – but if you follow these simple tips, recognizing

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The Importance of Keeping a Quality Set of Books

Every business owner knows keeping a quality set of books is vital for staying in compliance – but having access to this data for tax returns is just one reason why accurate accounting is important. Work proactively, not reactively Without an accurate picture of your company’s financial position, you wind

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