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How good record-keeping helps you sell your business

How do your books look? When you are aiming to sell your business, it’s worthwhile to take a close look at your record-keeping through the eyes of a potential buyer. You’ll want to understand how your tax-saving strategies will look to a prospective buyer, for example. An accountant can view your records based on generally… Read More »

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Three QuickBooks Errors that Will Bury Your Business.

The seemingly minor mistakes that you may be making in QuickBooks could actually be quite costly. Delaying dull yet important tasks, or failing to address oversights or to correct inaccuracies in your bookkeeping, could cost you more time and money than you would have spent to do it right the first time. Stop stalling and… Read More »

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Do You Have Hidden Cash In Your Building?

By Pam Duggar The new tax increases have pushed engineered cost segregation studies onto the center stage for commercial property owners. Increased expenditures and depreciation combat higher taxes. This is a well-vetted deferral strategy. Current governor of Florida, Rick Scott, opened the doorway for engineered cost segregation studies benefits to all taxpayers when his company… Read More »

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The “too happy” bookkeeper

10 tips to preventing employee fraud By Richard T, Balog, CPA\CFF Research has shown that small businesses are often more vulnerable to fraud than their larger counterparts because they have fewer employees. Companies with fewer employees tend to have less segregation among duties, fewer internal accounting and auditing controls. Smaller companies develop closer relationships and… Read More »

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Cashing in on collections

A plan to getting paid on time in just 31 days By Michelle Dunn The cash-poor business: day 1 Everyone has gone home for the day and here you are scanning the accounts receivables report. You can’t believe what you’re seeing—so many customers are past due. How can you get them back on track to… Read More »

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Keep your business on track

Accomplish success by understanding your profit and loss statement By Keith Johnson, CPA The ability to read and understand financial statements is critical to a business owner’s ability to effectively run an organization, and, in many cases, the difference between a profitable, thriving business and one that will shut its doors. Financial statements such as… Read More »

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Don’t let a lagging economy get your down! Use these cost-cutters

By Lewis Hunter, CPA     Experts say the economy is improving, but Jacksonville unemployment reached 12%, and many business owners are worrying about a double-dip recession. Good planning requires business owners to consider their alternatives in case the economy does not improve as quickly as everyone hopes. This means transitioning your business practices to save money… Read More »

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A quick cash-flow solution

When cash is short, consider invoice funding Is this scenario familiar? Your customers are late in paying their invoices, making you short on cash, and the bank isn’t making any short-term loans. At the same time, your employees expect to be paid on time. What do you do? You might consider a short-term option called… Read More »

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