Choosing the Right Business Structure

Choosing the right business structure is an important decision for any entrepreneur or small business owner. Each structure has its own advantages and disadvantages, and selecting the right one can have a significant impact on your business’s legal framework, operational flexibility, tax considerations, and overall success. In this blog post, we will discuss the four Read more about Choosing the Right Business Structure[…]

Considering Digital Receipts for Your Business

Receipts are vital to successfully running a business. You need receipts to track your purchases and expenses. Your clients need receipts for tax purposes and to manage their finances. More businesses are moving away from paper to digital receipts. Here are more reasons why your business should consider eliminating paper receipts all together. 1. Digital Read more about Considering Digital Receipts for Your Business[…]

7 Tips on How to Adjust for Inflation

Inflation has ballooned worldwide in recent months, and there’s no question that small businesses are feeling the pinch. Supplies cost more, employees are hard to find, and profits are shrinking. Here are seven tips on how to adjust for inflation. It’s undoubtedly challenging, but you can adjust for inflation by following these tips. 1. Study Read more about 7 Tips on How to Adjust for Inflation[…]

What is a fractional CFO?

A fractional CFO (Chief Financial Officer) is a finance professional who works on a part-time, retainer, or contract basis. They bring the experience and expertise of a high-level CFO to your business without the cost of hiring a full-time, in-house employee. Fractional CFOs can service several clients at once. Because their financial management skills are Read more about What is a fractional CFO?[…]

Bookkeeping & Accounting Tips for Small Business: 5 Things to Avoid

TD Bank surveyed small business owners about what they love and hate most about owning their own business. Unsurprisingly, flexibility and feeling in control ranked first in the “love” category. Meanwhile, almost 60% said bookkeeping was hands-down their most hated task. Most business owners understand that effective financial management is key to their success. However, Read more about Bookkeeping & Accounting Tips for Small Business: 5 Things to Avoid[…]

3 Reasons to Prioritize Bookkeeping

If you ask 100 business owners what they like least about running a business, chances are good that bookkeeping will rank high on the list. It’s a frustrating chore that takes up a lot of time and is easy to put off until tomorrow. However, avoiding your bookkeeping is dangerous. Not knowing your company’s financial Read more about 3 Reasons to Prioritize Bookkeeping[…]

How “Virtual CFO” Services Can Help You Grow Your Business

Every small business can benefit from the dedicated financial management expertise that comes with having a CFO. However, very few small businesses have the means to hire someone full time for this role, particularly in the lean early years. Often, it’s the first few years when a company is starting up that establishing good habits Read more about How “Virtual CFO” Services Can Help You Grow Your Business[…]

5 Signs You Need an Outsourced CFO

The 5 signs you need an outsourced CFO. When you start a small business, it’s usually only you behind the whole operation. You wear many hats, from CEO to clean-up crew. As you pour your heart and soul into your business and it begins to grow, the amount of work involved grows with it. As Read more about 5 Signs You Need an Outsourced CFO[…]

Small Business Cash Management Insights

Your business needs cash. Cash is what keeps your company in operation and enables it to grow. Therefore, it is important to know how much cash your business needs to survive. Although many people think the answer is linked solely to operating expenses, this isn’t the case. That’s why I thought it might be helpful Read more about Small Business Cash Management Insights[…]

Four Questions to Ask the Accountant

Ideally, you and your accountant are more than just “adviser” and “client”. With your combined skills, expertise, and shared mission to support a thriving business, you’re more like strategic partners. The key to achieving success in any partnership is, of course, strong communication. At your next meeting, be sure to ask the accountant these four Read more about Four Questions to Ask the Accountant[…]