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.
Fibrick Financial Services is hosting a Small Business Series which is a series of workshops on assorted topics that are important to entrepreneurs and small business owners.
Download our tax readiness checklist which will help you track the documents you need to gather before heading to see your accountant!
Are there NetSuite ERP features you’ve wanted to leverage but don’t have the expertise to do so? Join FiBrick Financial Services at our FREE NetSuite showcase event where you will have the opportunity to network with other NetSuite users and attend one of the following three breakout sessions:
By Ramona Cedeno, founder of Fibrick Financial Services
I will forever say that accounting is the best profession in the world and I am grateful to be a part of it. Some will think I’m exaggerating, but I get up every morning looking forward to the next accounting puzzle I will solve that day.
I was born in what was at the time a lightly populated area of the Dominican Republic called Veron (although for many years I thought it was called Beron), a small community in the resort town of Punta Cana. We had no roads and few neighbors, so my childhood was full of pretend games with my three sisters; our favorite was “grocery shopping.” One of us owned the grocery store and the others played housewives who had to do the shopping. By the time I was 7 years old, other people had moved to the area, roads had been built, and the first resort had opened at the nearest beach. We still had no local electricity (the resort had its own generator), but we had a battery-operated, stick antenna television, which allowed us to watch the soap operas and cartoons from the Puerto Rican network.