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Posts from October, 2019

  • Learning How To Interpret Your Cash Flow Just because there’s a positive balance in your checking account doesn’t mean that your business is making money. Checks that you’ve written for expenses may not have cleared yet, or customers could have paid in advance. Relying on a positive balance to determine if your ... Continue Reading
  • What You Need To Know About A Roth IRA Roth IRAs can be mystifying with all the conflicting information out there. Investments in Roth IRAs are quite simple to understand despite what financial ads that run during major sporting events would lead you to believe. Roth IRAs are for people who have an income of up ... Continue Reading
  • Should You Offer A Discount? Discounts have become a way of life in the American marketplace. You can’t drive down the street without seeing a sign in a retailer’s window blaring, “50% off!” Coupons arrive in your inbox offering discounts for every occasion – even National Cheese Day. If you’re a ... Continue Reading
  • 10 Common Accountant Terms Explained Does it sometimes feel like your accountant is speaking an alien language? You hired a CPA in the first place so you could benefit from their many years of experience and expertise. Obviously your CPA knows more than you do when it comes to taxes and taking advantage of the ... Continue Reading
  • Do You Have An Interest In Exporting? Small businesses looking to increase sales and profit, reduce dependence on the domestic market and stabilize seasonal fluctuations should consider exporting. Consider these facts : Nearly 96 percent of consumers live outside the U.S. Two-thirds of the world’s purchasing ... Continue Reading
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