Tax Season is for beer money!
Posted 21 April by Barb Easter in Accounting, Advisory, Bookkeeping, Cash Flow

Now that we have your attention… No, we’re not saying all CPAs only work to afford money for beers. But the idea that many accountants and CPAs have recognized the importance of moving away from only doing taxes is not far off.  The sooner you stop focusing solely on compliance for your clients and embracing […]

After Tax Season, What’s Next?
Posted 21 April by Jeremy Burke in Accounting, Advisory, Bookkeeping, Feature Focus

So, what’s your next move?  It is estimated that 60% of accountants who make it through a tax season will leave their place of employment and move to another accounting firm just to do it all over again.  Break the cycle and take control of your career and your clients. Become an Advisor – not […]

What is Business Accounting?
Posted 14 April by Barb Easter in Accounting, Bookkeeping, Tools and Resources

An overview of business accounting and management accounting. Business Accounting and Management Accounting are more intuitive than general accounting. They consider more aspects of running a business than just keeping track of the numbers on a spreadsheet. In this article, we’ll provide some definitions of the different types of accounting, and how they are important […]

Your website says “Cash Management” but you don’t offer it – really..
Posted 31 March by Jeremy Burke in Accounting, Advisory, Cash Flow, Tools and Resources

Cash management involves the collection and management of cash flows. Like many aspects of life, it is important to both individuals and businesses. It is a key to a company’s financial stability. In addition to being a valuable component of a total wealth portfolio, cash is also indispensable for financial stability for individuals. However, many […]

Best Practices: Internal Fraud
Posted 24 March by Jay Owen in Accounting, Advisory, Entrepreneur, Small Business, Tools and Resources

Best practices on securing business against internal fraud. Small and mid-sized companies are more likely to experience fraud than larger organizations, and the damage from fraud on these companies can be much more impactful. The majority of this fraudulent activity involves theft, or misappropriation of assets. Employees are typically the ones who commit these thefts […]

How to build and maintain a business cash reserve
Posted 16 March by Barb Easter in Accounting, Bookkeeping, Cash Flow

Cash reserves or “rainy day funds” aren’t just something your mom tells you to keep as a safety precaution, they’re a very real strategy that many businesses neglect to employ… often to their own demise.  A rainy-day fund prepares you for any risks you need to incur during a “slow season” or unforeseen circumstances, allowing […]