General Bookkeeping

January 5, 2021

Independent contractors vs employees

If you are going to hire employees, I strongly recommend using a payroll service. Currently I like Gusto and Sure Payroll for easy and inexpensive online services. I can help you set up an account with either of these, or with ADP, Paychex, Heartland, […]
November 10, 2020

Your current business

Whatever company you had before Feb 2020 is gone. We will adapt or the change to the market will force closure the way Kinkos put typesetters out of work. Around the globe, restaurants have massive unused dining space and tiny kitchens. Now they need […]
March 20, 2020
SBA disaster loan

How to apply for SBA disaster loan due to coronavirus

Hi all, I just posted a new full walkthrough video on how to apply for the SBA disaster loan. Get in line as soon as you can because they will probably be underwriting them in order.
February 12, 2020

Why your business can’t make you enough money

I’m not going to get into a philosophical conversation about what enough means, and I’m clear this is one reason, and not the only reason, though it’s probably a big part. Do you know what financial planning and analysis means? It sounds pretty straightforward, […]
November 7, 2019

The most important thing to know in business

I frequently interact with business owners around finance because I’m a bookkeeper. Since most small businesses don’t have a CFO, and business owners typically don’t know enough about predictive analytics and numbercrunching to adequately drive sales marketing and operations, I find myself filling in […]
October 17, 2019

Every successful business has this

Name one successful business that doesn’t have an accounting department producing accurate numbers. It’s not even something I have to explain to you. You already know to be a success in business requires knowing your numbers, making the right profit, and cutting unnecessary expenses. […]
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