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[eWorkbook] Are your customers delighted?

In your efforts to foster relationships with your clients or customers, you probably like to do as much for them as you can. Make a special note about early payment incentives and easy payment methods you are utilizing in your business. It’s common for businesses to be a bit insular about their current processes, so… Read more »

The More I Know the More I Realize What I Don’t Know

Determining the precise accounting needs of your business is easier said than done, especially when you are unclear as to what would benefit your company. Do you need a bookkeeper, an accountant, a Controller, a CFO? Should you hire full-time, part-time, or on an as-needed basis? Sorting through what each position offers may help you… Read more »

On-Site Accounting Specialist

Employment:  Full time position Firm Mission:  We here at CFO Your Way love nothing more than collaborating with small business owners to make their blood, sweat and tears show up as profit in their bottom line.  They don’t know what they don’t know – so we teach them how to use their P&L as a… Read more »

Don’t Be Taxed with Not Paying Taxes

Common to many business owners is the concern of paying too much in taxes at year’s end. Consequently, such business owners seek to minimize reportable income in an effort to avoid paying taxes to the federal and state governments. Minimizing your tax liabilities is certainly a commendable practice; however, one should not neglect to notice… Read more »

Are Your Finances Leaving You All Warm and Fuzzy?

By Mark Van Grouw, CPA Autumn is a time to give thanks for the bounties given throughout the year which has flown by. The cool brisk air reminds us winter is around the corner and we seek warmth with fall coffee flavors, hot apple cider, hot chocolate, or even the warmth of love that family… Read more »

Are Bad Habits Leaving You Stuck in a Rut?

By Mark Van Grouw, CPA Over Labor Day weekend, I was reading to my kids the book “The Berenstain Bears and the Bad Habit”. Mama Bear’s advice to Sister Bear as they walked down the old garden path struck me. Habits, while they may not be intentional, can have negative consequences. Mama Bear was so… Read more »

Bookkeeping vs. Accounting: What’s the Difference?

Aristotle once quoted, “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts”. This quote speaks of synergy, the interaction or cooperation of two or more parties that produce a combined effect greater than the sum of their individual effects. In context of small business accounting, this saying holds true. Small business owners often find… Read more »