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What is the proper tax and accounting considerations when you receive stock in exchange for services provided?
We can help you develop a mindful growth strategy and make sure the tax and accounting side of your business is stable enough for your business to expand.
Having constant cash flow ensures operational efficiency, in which accounts payable (AP) plays a significant role in building a company’s credibility and success.
Most US states have a threshold for the number of days you are allowed to stay within their state without paying residency taxes.
A financial controller is responsible for holistic accounting functions, making sure that the accounting side of a business runs smoothly.
Bookkeepers are responsible for providing accurate and current financial information about a business, and aid accountants in preparing financial reports that enable business owners’ decision-making.
Accounting cleanup services can be seen as a monthly recon of your books, financial statements, and ledgers to ensure correspondence of the numbers and consistency throughout.
Plumbing companies face unique bookkeeping and accounting challenges. It is vital that you manage the accounting side of your plumbing business efficiently to ensure constant cashflow.
Invoices play a crucial part in a successful accounts receivable system. Without them, a business may experience a lag in payments which could have ripple effects on cash flow.
Owning property in multiple states and traveling between states for business or leisure, can impact your tax liability in those states.
A COA is a breakdown of all accounts and transactions in the general ledger of a company and organizing them into subcategories
Quickbooks is accounting software that makes it easy to monitor the financial well-being of a small businesses.