Should You Hire A CPA? 3 Reasons Why You Should

Posted on: 28 July 2020

Filing your own taxes may have been simple back when you had a part-time job and had absolutely nothing at all to claim. Now you're married with kids, your wife has a side-job, you have a mortgage, student loans, child care, and a lot of other things you didn't have to think about before when you filed your taxes yourself. Now things are a little more difficult. This is when a certified public accountant (CPA)  may come in handy.
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Management Tips And Strategies For Small Businesses

Posted on: 22 October 2019

As you work to make informed decisions for the betterment of your business, you can find it is difficult to know where to start when you are first establishing your new enterprise. While this can be one of the more difficult periods of starting an enterprise, it can also be among the most important. This makes it vital for business owners to take aggressive steps to ensure their business gets off to the best start possible.
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3 Essential Accounting Practices Necessary For A Successful Restaurant

Posted on: 29 July 2019

If you in the process of opening up your first restaurant or food stand, on top of figuring out all the food that you want to serve and creating the right ambiance, you need to make sure that you also take care of the financial side of your business. You need to stay on top of the financial side of running your restaurant if you want to have a successful venture.
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Why Reassess Your Prior Year's Taxes... And How To Do It

Posted on: 24 June 2019

You file income taxes each year, but there are times when you may want to go back to prior years and reexamine those earlier returns for a variety of reasons. What are these reasons? And what should you do about it? Here are a few answers. Why Would You Go Back? The most common reason to reassess a prior return is when the IRS sends a notice or letter about it.
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