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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…]

 

Celebrate Promotions and Always Remember to Pago El Piso

Celebrate Promotions and Always Remember to Pago El Piso
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February 26th 2016 by Jim McGinnis

Recently, several outstanding employees were promoted at Intuit®. It reminded me how important it is to take the time to celebrate promotions, and also prompted me to reflect on my … [Read More…]

 

Using Technology to Become a Firm of the Future

Using Technology to Become a Firm of the Future
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February 19th 2016 by M. Darren Root

Strategy is king, and technology is the army. But, if you get technology wrong, you can slay your best-laid strategic plans. Long gone are the days when all we needed … [Read More…]

 

You Never Know Where a Connection May Lead

You Never Know Where a Connection May Lead
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February 17th 2016 by Jim McGinnis

Who are you going to meet this week for the first time? Maybe a story or two will inspire you to make new connections, as they have me.
Last November, Intuit … [Read More…]

 

3 Ways to Engage Employees

3 Ways to Engage Employees
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February 9th 2016 by Jim McGinnis

Every day, as leaders, we are faced with dozens of decisions, and the first question should always be, “For whom are we solving the problem?,” even before “What are we … [Read More…]

 

5 Ways to Find New Clients

5 Ways to Find New Clients
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February 2nd 2016 by Scott Hoffman

The best place to find new clients is to look at your existing clients … for three reasons.
First, in a comprehensive CPA/accounting and advisory firm like ours, there is typically … [Read More…]

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