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Have you ever thought about how many different hats you wear during the day as a small business owner? One minute you might be talking on the phone with potential customers, and the next you might find yourself meeting with an investing team. Although you might have a large, highly diverse set of skills, chances are that there are a few jobs you should leave to the professionals. Taking care of your books can be challenging, and a few simple mistakes could cost you thousands of dollars. On my website, I have included useful information about how an accountant can make your job a lot easier.

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Starting A Partnership? The Three Ways To Contribute Capital

As you set up your partnership, you and your new partners will all have to decide how to contribute capital for the business. For some partnerships, this might be an easy decision while it gets more complex for others. What are your options to make a contribution of value and to establish your working interest in the new business venture? Here is a short guide to partnership contributions and their effects. Read More 

5 Keys To Know How Much Cash Your Company Needs

Your business needs to hold a certain amount of cash. If it has too little, it may not be able to weather slowdowns or unexpected expenses. But if it carries too much cash, the company may miss out on opportunities to make better use of it. So, how can you determine how much cash to keep on hand? Here are five questions to answer. 1. What Are Your Expenses? The amount of cash needed within a period of time depends on how a business goes through its cash. Read More 

Why You Shouldn’t Wait Until The Last Minute To File Your Corporate Tax Return

If you are in charge of the financials for a corporation, then you might be thinking about tax time. It is easy to want to put off filing a corporate tax return if you and the other members of management are really busy or if your company is going to have to pay a lot in taxes. However, it's best not to wait too long before filing; instead, you should try to start with preparing your corporate tax return as soon as you can. Read More 

How To Avoid Making Payroll Mistakes For Your Employees

Ensuring you have a business that runs well is essential. Doing this can allow you to enjoy more success and make the profits you need. It's vital to pay your employees correctly if you wish to have a thriving company. Taking time to avoid making any payroll errors can improve the happiness of your staff. Determine hourly or salary When hiring all of your employees, you'll want to state in the employment agreement the method in which this individual will be paid. Read More 

What the Movie “The Accountant” Tells You about Forensic Accounting and Why It’s Legit

Recently, Ben Affleck took on a very serious role in a movie known as The Accountant. Now, you may be thinking to yourself, "That sounds incredibly boring. Who would want to watch a movie about an accountant?" What you are missing is the fact that his character does not just play an accountant; his character is a high-functioning adult with ASD who is a forensic accountant. That career is shades darker and potentially more interesting than a standard accountant. Read More