5 Ways A Business Accountant Can Help Your Company Grow

Posted on: 2 July 2020

No matter what kind of business you run, it's important to keep your financial matters in order. Many businesses struggle with doing this, so they hire a business accountant to take over certain matters. This can free up time and allow them to focus on other business needs. If you're not currently using a business accountant, it may be time to think about hiring one. They can help you grow your company. [Read More]

5 Tips To Make Tax Season Less Stressful

Posted on: 18 June 2020

No one likes paying tax or filing taxes, but it's something that needs to be done. You want to make sure that you always stay on top of your taxes so that you don't face expensive fines and get more and more in tax debt. There are some things that you can do to make tax season a lot easier and to feel less stress. Keep reading for some helpful tips that can make tax season less stressful: [Read More]

5 Indicators That You Have a High-Quality Business Accountant

Posted on: 16 June 2020

When you hire an accountant for your business, you need to be able to trust and have confidence in them. Because most business owners aren't accounting experts, they rely on indicators to have that confidence. What are some things to look for that indicate you have a quality accountant? Here are a few.  1. They Communicate Well. Can your accountant translate accounting concepts into something you can understand? Are they happy to explain anything going on in your books? [Read More]

5 Steps To Make Your Small Business Accounting Office Remote

Posted on: 4 June 2020

Today's small businesses are increasingly doing what many larger companies have already chosen: moving their administrative work to remote work. Remote work is safer for many employees, can boost morale, and is generally a cost-saver for the business. If you think that your bookkeeping work might be better off as a remote department, how can you plan your transition? Here are five important steps to get your office out of the office. [Read More]