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What’s the Difference Between A Bookkeeper & An Accountant?

Bookkeepers and accountants both keep records. They both know about accounting. Sometimes, a bookkeeper might handle some accounting duties, and sometimes, an accountant might do some bookkeeping. So they’re essentially the same, right? Not really. Despite their similarities, bookkeepers and accountants do have different jobs. And recognizing the distinction doesn’t just help you better understand […]

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5 Simple Steps to Growing Your Accounting Business

It’s every CPA firm’s biggest challenge… growing your accounting business. How do you do it? There is certainly no shortage of “experts” with armfuls of shortsighted concepts or untested theories on how you do it. But when the dust clears, there are only two main areas you need to focus on for growth: 1. Increasing […]

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Don’t Overpay Your Taxes: 5 Can’t Miss Small-Business Deductions

Passing a blog I liked From Chris Newmarker of Entrepreneur.com February 19, 2014 It’s tax time and whether they know it or not, small-business owners might be leaving hundreds, even thousands of dollars off the table. “Numerous businesses overpay their taxes every year by overlooking various tax deductions,” says Michael Raanan, a former IRS revenue […]

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Is Your Back Office Behind the Times? 5 Things to Check

Written on July 10, 2013 at 7:26 am, by Ramon Ray Businesses have made great strides in recent years in adapting new technologies. Owners wield iPads and smartphones as they rush from meeting to meeting. Cloud-based technologies like Salesforce and Skype have given business owners the ability to interact with clients and colleagues in the […]

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