For Best Results Incorporate S.M.A.R.T Goals in your 90 Day Action Plan

As a small business owner, you’re likely always looking for ways to achieve more. Maybe you created a 90 Day Action Plan at the beginning of the month or quarter and are feeling the pressure. Have you “taken action” yet?  You might have resolved to make more money, find more clients, or grow your business. It’s fantastic to have an idea of what you want to do, but… How will…  Read more

Know When to Hire An Expert, or … Just Say No to Breakfast

Think your taxes went up because of the new tax law, think again. It may be time to hire an expert! Caution! Don’t have breakfast at my house. Those who know us, know that even though the coffee is amazing, our refrigerator is usually bare. Of course if we know you will be visiting we will pick up bagels and cream cheese and you are in luck if we are…  Read more

Evaluate Your Business Process…Create a Road Map to Your Dream Business

“If it Ain’t Broke Don’t Fix IT” doesn’t make sense in the Business World It might not be broken, but carefully thought out processes can help make your business run more smoothly and profitably. An analogy was playing in my head as I was updating my PowerPoint about the benefits of implementing practice management for a recent accounting conference: Several times during the week one of the staff used the…  Read more

Protect Your Small Business from Cyber Attack

Many small business owners assume that cyber attacks only happen to big companies, banks or governments. But the truth is, limited knowledge of digital security and lack of defenses make small businesses particularly vulnerable to attack as well. Research shows that 71% of all cyber attacks happen to businesses with less than 100 employees – and yet many CEOs have yet to invest in a formal defense plan. The July…  Read more

5 Tax Highlights: Hurricane Harvey, Irma & Maria Victims

It’s been 2 months since Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria hit, changing lives forever.  The Disaster Tax Relief and Airport and Airway extension Act of 2017 signed into law on September 29th offers specific disaster victims alternative methods of reporting eligible Hurricane Harvey, Irma and Maria disaster losses on their 2017 tax returns.  Remember these are temporary and limited to specifically identified areas and victims. Please visit our…  Read more

Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria: 9 Financial Options

9 Financial Opportunities for Disaster Victims of Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma & Hurricane Maria: Small Business Administration (SBA) loans, grant money, employer credits, charitable contributions and relaxed restrictions on accessing your retirement funds for assistance with building back your life. I am a Hurricane Sandy victim and survivor. My home and office are located on a beach block in Rockaway Queens, New York. Our street became a river and I…  Read more

Lessons Learned from Hurricane Sandy

I too am a disaster victim and survivor.  I woke up on the morning of October 29th, 2012 to clear skies and stepped out of my house, walked down my front stairs onto the 3 feet of sand that had washed up from the beach during the storm.  As I started walking towards the beach (at the end of my block) I thought to myself “I don’t remember Kathy’s house having a…  Read more

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