Posts Tagged: planning

Cash is King

Have you gotten your copy of my book “Smooth Business Sailing: 12 Tips to Sustain Your Cash Flow” yet? I created this book to help you take a strategic look at how your business is doing so you can determine the changes you need to make. The first two Tips begin by drawing your attention to the… Read more »

Start 2018 on the Right Financial Foot

We’re knee-deep in the fourth quarter of 2017, and business owners and their bookkeepers are busy wrapping up their corporate accounting matters. This is also the perfect time to do some advance planning for 2018 with some bookkeeping tasks that will help put your business on the track for a strong year ahead. After all, you can’t get where you want to be… 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 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 »

Get Real with Your Real Estate Business by Hiring a Virtual CFO

Real estate investment and management companies face a myriad of issues unique to the industry. Real estate investors and property owners need to have an understanding of where to place their financing, how to maximize the value of properties in their portfolio, and what to do with legacy assets that they may have “inherited.” A… Read more »

How Your Company Could Benefit from a Virtual CFO

As a business owner or entrepreneur concentrating on growing your business, your main focus is likely to be on managing operations, attracting new customers, and recruiting and retaining talent. Often the company’s finances get overlooked. How would you like to have a virtual CFO working in conjunction with you? What’s a virtual CFO? A virtual… Read more »

Wrapping up 2015 while planning for 2016

With the start of a new year, take the time to get your business’s financial affairs in order. If you haven’t been keeping track of things like payroll, subcontractors, your 401K or other retirement plan and credit card payments you made that may have tax ramifications, now is the time to look into this information…. Read more »