As this year comes to a close, I thought it would be helpful to provide you with a summary of two key items to wrap up for 2020 and prepare you well for 2021.
Some small business resources to help educate you on fast-changing benefits during economically challenging times.
Here are more tips about how to use this exploratory time wisely so you can make the strategic decisions that will strengthen your pathway to profitability.
Now is the time to start planning further ahead and come up with your path to profitability over the next two to four years.
Cheryl Mucha, CPA is Appointed Chairwoman of North Jersey Chamber of Commerce.
With a full quarter of financials, it’s time to look at results to make sure your company’s bottom line is improving and headed in the right direction.
For greater profitability, update your company’s financials, which starts by creating an annual operating budget of income and expenses.
For greater profitability, document (and update) all your company’s procedures for every department or job role, in a standard operating procedures manual.
For greater profitability, prune what you don’t need, streamline company procedures, align misaligned financial areas, and get cash flowing.
Put your business in a path toward profitability by evaluating your financials and reviewing your policies and procedures,
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Seven questions you should be asking yourself to make your end-of-year process as seamless as possible.
Minimizing your tax liabilities is a commendable practice; however, don’t neglect to notice the benefits that come with showing reportable net income.
Consider hiring a fractional professional to assist you with your financial needs if the financial performance of your business doesn’t give you the satisfaction you desire.
Are you guilty of keeping bad habits, especially in regards to accounting and financial reporting? We can help you switch from bad to good financial habits.
Bookkeepers record daily transactions of a business, while accountants verify/analyze this data into meaningful financial reports.
The best way to ensure you are maximizing QuickBooks’ potential is to have an experienced professional at your side to help guide you through the accounting process and provide you with meaningful financial reports to operate your business at its best.
Paying attention to bookkeeping in earnest will make certain that you avoid costly errors later. Consider hiring a virtual CFO to help you with your business goals.
Seven ways that a virtual CFO can help straighten out the financial books of an organization to bring clarity to numbers that often confuse business owners.
Do you need a bookkeeper, an accountant, a Controller, a CFO? How do they differ from each other? Should you hire full-time, part-time, or on an as-needed basis?