Archive for March, 2016

Monday 03/28/2016

CK De-Stresses With Yoga

During the busy tax season, we actively look for ways to maintain our mental and physical health. One such way is by defeating stress. The staff recently enjoyed a meditation class and a yoga class from local yoga studio Inner Bliss, located in Westlake. The meditation class offered us an opportunity to focus on breathing, […]

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Wednesday 03/23/2016

Make Sure Your Business Survives

Mike Bigrigg, CPA/ABV suggests a buy/sell agreement to keep your investment from failing:     When an entrepreneur begins a business venture, there are hundreds of tasks to undertake. Even after the business is up and running, the entrepreneur is often engulfed in the immediate needs of the Company: “How can I increase sales?” “At […]

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Your Employee Benefit Plan May Not Be Audited Correctly

Sheri Terens, CPA has information you may not know about the standards of EB Audits:     The Department of Labor requires that certain retirement plans be audited annually according to the auditing standards of the AICPA. These standards are designed to protect the retirement savings of millions of Americans. It is the responsibility of […]

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Monday 03/14/2016

Get Into That Routine

Aaron Apathy, CPA lays out the best routine for a useful month-end closing process:   You may have heard the saying, “If you don’t know your numbers, you don’t know your business.” It’s true. But how do you get into a routine of checking your numbers? The best way for a business owner to understand […]

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Wednesday 03/09/2016

Accounting Housekeeping for the Potential Sale

Molly Stinn, CPA helps you make sure you’re ready for the sale of your business- be it now or sometime down the road:     Mergers and acquisitions, succession planning, equity infusion. Each of these transactions potentially requires an outsider to take an up-close-and-personal look at your business. Your company may be on a fast, […]

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