Carleigh Machock, CPA, shares some nuggets of financial knowledge for a new college graduate:

 

 

One of the hardest parts of transitioning out of college is learning how to be financially responsible without support from mom and dad’s bank account. Dealing with inescapable paperwork and paying bills are necessities to adulthood. So is setting up accounts and understanding what you’re actually setting up. And managing your financial situation while settin Read More >>

Laura Lee shares some important password reminders for cyber security:

 

 

Password protected accounts are integral for navigating the web these days, but no two websites handle password creation in the same way. Some might allow you freedom in the characters you choose but not in the length of your password, while others may limit you to as few as eight characters with no special characters allowed. Indisputably, the password creating process can be frustrati Read More >>

Al Harsar, CPA recommends some tips for keeping the “fun” in fundraising:

 

 

One of the key roles of a non-profit organization’s management and board of trustees is to raise funds. This ensures the organization is cash-positive so it can keep its mission going strong. Every organization should consider applying for grants that may qualify for its mission, solicit sponsorships for special events, and ask for donations from its members or the gene Read More >>

Lynda Doland, CPA gives a recap of the 2016-2017 tax season:

 

 

Well, we did it. We all made it through another “tax season!”  Thank you to all our clients, new and established, for your organization, your patience, your kindness and your continued support of Corrigan Krause. To our new Solon office clients, thank you especially for working with us during the transition to our second office location.

It was another great season despite various law Read More >>