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21 Proven Time Management Tips for Busy Accountants

21 Proven Time Management Tips for Busy Accountants
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August 1st 2016 by Seth David

Time management is one of those areas where there is a ton of advice, but not a lot of specific action items to follow. Here are 21 proven time management … [Read More…]

 

How to Create 4 Hours of Capacity Per Accountant, Per Day

How to Create 4 Hours of Capacity Per Accountant, Per Day
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July 20th 2016 by Rob Nixon

You have more capacity than you think. Through 3 simple, yet effective strategies, you’ll be able to free up to four hours (or more) per accountant, per day without having … [Read More…]

 

3 Ways to Impact Your Clients’ Success

3 Ways to Impact Your Clients’ Success
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July 5th 2016 by Hector Garcia

The premise of this article is to illustrate some of the things I have done with my clients in the past that have highly impacted their success, specifically through advisory … [Read More…]

 

How to Classify Workers as Statutory Employees

How to Classify Workers as Statutory Employees
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June 1st 2016 by Andrew Poulos

We have been hearing lately that worker classification issues are on the forefront for the IRS and state labor agencies. Because big companies and small businesses are misclassifying workers, this … [Read More…]

 

Business Lines of Credit: What Small Businesses Need to Know

Business Lines of Credit: What Small Businesses Need to Know
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May 3rd 2016 by Edward Castano

May 1-7 is National Small Business Week, and the biggest gift you can give your clients is the gift of knowledge.
Most small business are familiar with the concept of a … [Read More…]

 

5 Working Capital Options to Grow Your Client’s Small Business

5 Working Capital Options to Grow Your Client’s Small Business
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May 3rd 2016 by Priyanka Prakash

Small business owners face long odds when applying for a business loan loan. According to data from the Federal Reserve, more than 9 million U.S. small businesses applied for financing in … [Read More…]

 

The Uberization of the CPA Profession

The Uberization of the CPA Profession
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April 22nd 2016 by David Bergstein

The CPA profession is going the same direction that the licensed taxi has with Uber. Non-regulated or non-licensed firms are springing up everywhere, claiming to be accounting and advisory services operations, or … [Read More…]

 

It’s Time to Become a Cash Flow Expert to Your Clients

It’s Time to Become a Cash Flow Expert to Your Clients
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April 13th 2016 by Jim Filicetti

Now that tax season has finally come and gone, we can all breathe a sigh of relief.
All accountants are familiar with the lull that typically follows Tax Day. Clients have … [Read More…]

 

Preparing to Have Good Luck

Preparing to Have Good Luck
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March 9th 2016 by Jim McGinnis

I remember while in college at Duke, my best friend Stu Nash and I debated the characteristics that make you successful. We thought we had a pretty good list: hard … [Read More…]

 

5 Ways to Help Your Small Business Clients Get a Bank Loan

5 Ways to Help Your Small Business Clients Get a Bank Loan
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March 1st 2016 by Priyanka Prakash

In today’s economy, it’s no easy feat for a small business to get a bank loan. Since the 2008 financial recession, banks have tightened access to capital, so much so … [Read More…]

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