Building Strong Cash Flow Now & Into the Future
Posted 21 October by Blaine Bertsch in Accounting, Advisory, Bookkeeping, Budget, Cash Flow, CFO, COVID-19, Small Business, The Forecast, Tools and Resources

Cash flow is one of the strongest indicators of the health of your business. It is a useful metric to quickly see how well you are doing, whether or not you are profitable, and how solidly your business can withstand storms. This holds especially true when the waves come crashing down, and the wind is […]

Networking Remotely to Find New Clients for Your Firm
Posted 16 October by Blaine Bertsch in Accounting, Advisory, Bookkeeping, Cash Flow, COVID-19, Entrepreneur, Tools and Resources

The world is going remote. The trend has been happening for over a decade, but before this spring, we expected it to be another decade before we had to adjust to a work-life run entirely on bandwidth. Jobs have moved online, and more and more people are fleeing the densely packed cultural centers they so […]

Slowing Down During Chaos
Posted 06 October by Jay Owen in Cash Flow, COVID-19, Culture, Entrepreneur, Small Business

“Slow is Smooth – Smooth is fast.” – SAS Special Ops Training Proverb In our frantic scramble to get as much done as possible, it’s easy to lose track of what’s important. We gloss over things because we don’t have the time to explore them in-depth. Important insights and key pivotal decisions sit idle in […]

How Cloud-based Software assists Clients from Afar
Posted 06 October by Blaine Bertsch in Accounting, Advisory, Bookkeeping, Cash Flow, COVID-19, Integrations, Tools and Resources

As more companies transition to working remotely, they are adjusting to the process of servicing their clients from a distance. Whether it is across town or across the country, the ability to serve clients online is becoming increasingly critical. As a CPA, this gives you and your clients access to powerful tools you can use […]

Scenario Planning: Building Financial Forecasts in the COVID-19 Era
Posted 23 September by Barb Easter in Accounting, Advisory, Bookkeeping, Budget, Cash Flow, CFO, COVID-19, Integrations, The Forecast, Tools and Resources

The way that you build your financial forecasts has likely changed in the last year. It likely had to. These turbulent times have left few companies unaffected.  The assumptions you used to make your predictions on are likely outdated. The numbers you need to look at have changed. Your ability to look at what has […]

Bringing Back Consumer Confidence in the COVID-Era
Posted 16 September by Jay Owen in Cash Flow, COVID-19, Culture, Feature Focus

Consumer confidence isn’t very high right now. That’s not a surprise, and we all know why it’s happening. While optimism did have a comeback earlier in the summer, as COVID-19 cases spike due to the re-openings, the numbers are tanking again. But with two thirds of the U.S. economy riding on consumer spending, answering what to […]