Archive for the ‘Assurance Services’ Category

Monday 11/07/2016

Why Should You Outsource Your Bookkeeping?

Susie Johnson gives a rundown of the benefits to outsourcing this important piece of your business:     Bookkeeping. Anymore, business owners look at this task as a chore that no one really wants to take the time to accomplish. However, if neglected, responsible financial decisions will be overlooked. There is a simple solution to […]

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Wednesday 09/28/2016

Top 5 Ways to Improve Efficiencies Within Your Accounting Department

It might be easier than you think. Aaron Apathy, CPA has tips:     Business owners are always looking for ways to improve their business and make more money.  One way to do so is to improve the efficiencies within their accounting department. By accomplishing this, the accounting department can spend more time generating budgets, […]

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Thursday 08/25/2016

What Do I Need to Know About My Homeowner Association?

Molly Stinn, CPA has experience with common interest realty associations, or CIRAs:     If you own a home or rental property in a condominium or in a housing development where the homeowners share certain common property, you are probably a member of a condominium owners or homeowners association – collectively referred to as a […]

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Monday 08/15/2016

Are You Paying a Higher Price for Loyalty?

Sheri Terens, CPA asks the tough questions when it comes to your employee benefit plans:     The hot topic over the last few years has been 401k fees. There are so many service providers associated with 401k plans that it’s hard to keep them straight: investment advisor, third party administrator, custodian, record-keeper and more. […]

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Wednesday 07/20/2016

SSARS 21 Offers Business Owners a New Level of Financial Reporting

“SSARS 21” is a somewhat complicated professional standard, but Beth Friswold, CPA breaks it down for you:     Here’s some background to SSARS 21, a new professional standard that can all you to select a new level of service for your financial statements: In October 2014, the Accounting and Review Services Committee of the American Institute of Certified Public […]

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