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The Importance of Having an Operating Agreement

When re-investing, it is wise to find the best tools to get the job done correctly. In order to alleviate some tax liability, implementing cost segregation has the potential to vastly minimize taxes due.

October 1, 2020
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10 Ways to Prepare for Selling Your Business

When re-investing, it is wise to find the best tools to get the job done correctly. In order to alleviate some tax liability, implementing cost segregation has the potential to vastly minimize taxes due.

September 15, 2020
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What RE-Investors Need To Know About Cost Segregation

When re-investing, it is wise to find the best tools to get the job done correctly. In order to alleviate some tax liability, implementing cost segregation has the potential to vastly minimize taxes due.

July 29, 2020
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How To Deal With Closing Your Month Remotely

As everyone is trying to learn new ways to manage the COVID-19 effects on their personal and professional lives, many businesses are trying to learn how to navigate monthly closing remotely.

July 17, 2020
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Should You Write Off Your Bad Business Debt to End The Year?

As great as it would be if all customers were honest customers and paid what they owe every time, every once in awhile, you’re bound to run into a bad egg or two. Writing off bad business debts may require changing your business accounting up quite a bit, but in the end, you will likely find it highly useful for balancing income and loss.

May 20, 2020
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How Summer Vacations Can Affect Invoicing, And How to Prepare

The goal during the holiday season is to never have reason to panic. You have access at all times to your invoices and other accounting details. There is never a time where you feel at a loss because you can’t reach someone vital, and there is no set agreement on how to handle it. Create clear standards from the outset, and your holiday season will have far fewer bumps.

May 6, 2020
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Is It Acceptable To Charge Late Fees On B2B Invoices

In the freelance or small business world, late invoices are frustrating at the least and highly problematic at the worst. As a freelancer or small business owner, it’s essential to business that invoices are paid on time so that employees can be paid, bills will be on time, and so forth. Thus, implementing a process for charging late fees can deter customers from paying their invoices late.

May 1, 2020
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Why Having An A/R Collections Policy is a Must

An A/R collections policy is an absolute must for any business that wants to operate efficiently. A strong policy will ensure continuity throughout the business, make sure that losses are minimized, and resources are allocated efficiently, and that customers are treated fairly and continue using the business’ services.

April 23, 2020
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What Does Robot Process Automation Mean To Accounting?

With the emergence of Robot Process Automation (RPA), a slew of questions arise. What is the role of RPA? Can RPA help my small business? Will RPA automate the accounting process to the point that accountants are no longer needed, and people lose their jobs?

April 14, 2020
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What Is A Schedule C Form? An SMB Guide

Tax season is upon us! It’s the time of year us mere mortals are tasked with decoding the alphabet soup that is IRS tax forms. There is the potential that things can sound even more confusing once you are no longer filing just a standard tax form.

April 7, 2020
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