From the monthly archives:

July 2012

3 Reasons To Avoid Tax Refund Loans You might be considering indulging in one of those income tax refund  loan advances, but you should think again. It is probably better to just wait it out because you will get your money. These short term loans end up costing American taxpayers over $900 million in fees […]

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Bookkeeping might seem a like dull subject. But it didn’t leap fully formed out of a weighty textbook. People have needed to keep track of their money for centuries, and the bookkeeping methods we use today can be traced back to one very influential man.* *Source: A Brief History of Bookkeeping by Oruk Duke From […]

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We are always astonished when we encounter someone who is doing the bookkeeping for a contractor and they and treat the construction business like any other business.   Using regular bookkeeping and accounting for a construction business is like trying to assess the size and risk of an iceberg by only observing what shows of […]

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Join the experts at the Sleeter Group along with accounting and software solution leaders and your peers for a day of education, technology best practices, expert advice, and networking.  ———————- The Small Business Technology Road Show is a showcase of the latest accounting technologies that will highlight a broad range of small business solutions. Learn […]

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Cash flow hurdles present challenges that many business owners must contend with. Your company needs to grow, but doesn’t have the available capital to float the expansion. For instance, you may need a new office server or network, or a new phone system, and the price tag sends you into an anxiety attack. What’s a entrepreneur to […]

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