No doubt these are very difficult times for all of us. I personally don’t like unpredictability and this situation is more than unpredictable. As a business owner, mother of two boys (one in his first year of college), and responsible for the financial support of family and staff members, these times are quite unsettling. However, I am hopeful that when this is behind us, we will recover back to our Pre-Coronavirus lives, if not better.
During the month of May, FiBrick Financial Services is offering a free custom-made video of the NetSuite ERP functionality of your choice. Think of a task your team wish they could complete faster, and whether because of time constraints, they have been unable to utilize NetSuite to make it happen.
Describe the challenge or improvement opportunity in the input sheet included in the link below, and we will create a short video to help make this happen!
March is the month when the attention of all small business owners turns to the looming tax deadline. Yes, it can be stressful, but it can also be a great opportunity to put your business’ financial house in order.
6 second take: Learn how the new tax law changes will affect you when you file your return.
I have to admit, I dreaded reading about and listening to all the commotion in 2018 about the new tax reforms. It was nerve-racking. But now that the regulations are in effect, I have dedicated some time to learning about these changes and to figuring out how they impact my clients and myself. Below are the eight most relevant tax law changes.
Do you have what it takes to manage a team of accountants? The Accounting Team Lead will be responsible for general closing activities (revenue recognition, preparing and posting journal entries, variance analysis, and account reconciliations), establishing and maintaining accounting policies and procedures, determining the accounting treatment for specific accounting issues, assisting in the preparation of financial statements and supervision of junior and senior staff accountants.
As entrepreneurs, it pays to be financially literate instead of relying solely on an accountant. Why? Eventually, it will fall to you to explain the numbers to your shareholders, your investors and yourself.
As an entrepreneur, you are faced with a twofold challenge: 1) Running a business; and 2) Deepening your expertise in your field. You could be the world’s most incredible pointillist or project manager, but if you can’t close sales or keep up with invoicing, your business suffers.
Anxiety levels have soared among the lower and middle class as the GOP instigates a tax bill overhaul proffering hefty cuts to corporations and the highest-earning 1%. But most income brackets will see a boost in take-home pay – a blip for some earners and a bump for others. Find out where you stand.