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Posts from October, 2015

  • A Run-Of-The-Mill Tax Accountant Was Her Real Problem Most small business owners work with tax accountants who simply file their tax returns each year. Chances are good that you use an accountant who you see once a year. Perhaps this is all you want, but it’s certainly not all of the support you need. Just ask the owner who, by ... Continue Reading
  • Stop The Bleeding: Get Tax Help Now To Protect Your Profits If you’re familiar with our blog, then you know the importance of getting tax help not just around March and April, but year-round. Most small business owners have day-to-day issues and responsibilities that are far more pressing than taxes. Yet there is a big difference ... Continue Reading
  • 5 Business Tips for Chief Financial Officers The CFO plays a crucial role in the success of a business. This job is more than projecting numbers and generating P&L reports; it’s about planning for the security of the company and ensuring risks are taken in a calculated, researched way. There is no “right” or “wrong” ... Continue Reading
  • Avoidable Causes Of Small Businesses’ Biggest Tax Problem Defining your 10 to 12-hour days as a “grind” is an understatement. Running a small business day in and day out, you can easily forget about your tax responsibilities. At the root of most small business owners’ biggest tax problem is this inattention to taxes. With income ... Continue Reading
  • Thinking Like A Doctor Led To Quadruple The Profitability As we wrote in a recent blog, it’s not only businesses with major problems that require help . It’s also important to note that significant problems aren’t always obvious, but they certainly can ruin your small business’s profitability. Look no further than a Connecticut ... Continue Reading
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