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10 Small Business Cash Flow Management Strategies That Work

10 Small Business Cash Flow Management Strategies That Work
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October 8th 2014 by Edward Castano

As trusted advisors, accountants and bookkeepers, we are in a good position to advise small businesses when they are facing cash-flow issues. Below, I describe 10 strategies to help improve … [Read More…]

 

Add Payroll to QuickBooks® Online!

Add Payroll to QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> Online!
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September 6th 2014 by Hector Garcia

As an added-value service to your core accounting service, Intuit® offers two major add-ons to QuickBooks® Online: QuickBooks Payments, a merchant credit card processing service, and Payroll, also known as … [Read More…]

 

Using YouTube and Video to Grow Your Accounting Business

Using YouTube and Video to Grow Your Accounting Business
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August 19th 2014 by Bryan Tritt

Allan Madan (Madan Chartered Accountant Professional Corporation) is a prime example of how an Accounting or Tax pro can use social media to grow his or her business.
In recent years, … [Read More…]

 

Using QuickBooks® to Improve your Collections’ Process

Using QuickBooks<sup>®</sup> to Improve your Collections’ Process
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August 19th 2014 by Chris Guido

One major challenge that any new startup, small business or growing business faces is the management of cash flow within their company. Limitations in cash flow can have a number … [Read More…]

 

Who Gets Promoted in CPA Firms? CPA Trendlines Survey Provides Answers

Who Gets Promoted in CPA Firms? <em>CPA Trendlines</em> Survey Provides Answers
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August 13th 2014 by Rick Telberg

Tax, accounting and finance professionals don’t agree on everything, but according to an ongoing CPA Trendlines multi-year study, “Talent Strategies: How the Accounting Profession to Identifies and Develops Professionals for … [Read More…]

 

Are There Riches in Niches?

Are There Riches in Niches?
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August 4th 2014 by Monica Muir

In the beginning, we all take whatever business we can get. But, after a while, you can start to identify who you like working with, the types of work you … [Read More…]

 

Why Accountants Should Tap the Small Business Manufacturing and Wholesale Distribution Industry

Why Accountants Should Tap the Small Business Manufacturing and Wholesale Distribution Industry
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July 23rd 2014 by Steve Leavitt

As the vital signs of the U.S. economy point to steady and sustained recovery, driven in large part by U.S. small business manufacturers and wholesale distributors, it’s becoming clear that … [Read More…]

 

5 Ways to Get Paid Faster, Part 2

5 Ways to Get Paid Faster, Part 2
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July 21st 2014 by Monica Muir

In part 1, I discussed ways you can get paid faster that centered on invoicing and payments. In this article, I want to take a closer look at how to … [Read More…]

 

Do You Need a Business Coach? You Bet Your “Par” You Do

Do You Need a Business Coach? You Bet Your “Par” You Do
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July 16th 2014 by Hugh Duffy

“Be the ball,” said Chevy Chase’s character Ty Webb to a blindfolded Danny Noonan in the cult classic, “Caddyshack.” It may hard to get in the head of the whacky … [Read More…]

 

5 Ways to Get Paid Faster

5 Ways to Get Paid Faster
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July 14th 2014 by Monica Muir

Who doesn’t want to have money coming in sooner? While there are a general practices that come with an industry, maybe it’s time to make a few changes. Here are … [Read More…]

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