Archive for January, 2016

Monday 01/25/2016

6 Ways to Get Organized for Tax Season

According to Chris Eichmuller, CPA this tax season can be your most effortless one yet with some simple organization tips:     Getting your files and receipts together before filing your taxes can seem like an overwhelming job. The truth is, staying organized is an everyday habit instead of a yearly task, and it can make your […]

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Thursday 01/21/2016

Don’t Miss a Networking Opportunity

Tom Krause, CPA shares some networking experiences and warns of the possible pitfalls:     I recently came across this article, which has some great advice concerning networking or potential new client meetings not only for CPAs, but any service provider. Some of these points appear to be rather simple, but they make a big […]

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Wednesday 01/20/2016

Recommended Reading: Appreciative Leadership

Dennis Dlugosz, CPA, gives his thoughts on a great read for small business owners:     Title: Appreciative Leadership – Building Sustainable Organizations Author: Jack Ricchiuto   Human nature is a wonderful thing; it makes us who we are and separates us from all other species. Human nature also predisposes us to always be looking […]

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Monday 01/18/2016

Using LinkedIn as a Recruiting Tool

Lisa Satonick, SPHR, SHRM-SCP explains why you can’t undervalue this social networking tool when you’re recruiting new candidates:     As small business owner, you wear many hats. Your ever-shifting role may even take the shape of the company recruiter, and anyone who has the task of recruiting knows it’s a full time job.  Recruiting […]

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