Client Accounting Services Articles
Posted by Timothy Bubar on June 28, 2017
Accounting systems are like tires - they all go flat eventually. Business owners should be prepared to upgrade this software on a regular basis. There are at least two good reasons for doing so.
Posted by Sherry DelleBovi, Stephanie Wilkinson on June 09, 2017
On June 1, 2017 the New York State Department of Financial Services announced the amount of the weekly contribution rate for employees pursuant to the New York Paid Family Leave Act (PFLA).
Posted by Timothy Bubar on May 16, 2017
Tax Day gives many people the urge to purge their file cabinets of extraneous financial records. But some people hold on to personal and business data indefinitely, because they don’t want to be caught off guard by an unexpected IRS inquiry. Here are basic records retention guidelines for individual and business taxpayers to help reduce the mounds of paperwork that are collected over the years.
Posted by Sherry DelleBovi on May 02, 2017
Like keeping up an exercise routine, controlling costs takes an ongoing effort. You need to not only review expenses at the new year, but also commit yourself to doing so regularly. Here are some key points to keep in mind.
Posted by on March 15, 2017
There are some things you can do to increase your cash flow and bank balances when business is slow. Here are 10 ways to boost your cash reserves during slow times.
Posted by Christopher Lukowski on February 20, 2017
2016 was a “transformative” year for the Whistleblower Office. Learn about the basics of the program and what changed in 2016.