Jessica Bundy | July 11, 2019
As companies approach the last quarter of a year, there are great high-level questions they can be asking to ensure a successful prior year, as well as a successful future year. These questions can include “How can we cut or control costs?” “Are there time-saving tips we can leverage this time of year?” and “What value can we add to our processes?” These same questions also apply to a company’s employee benefit plan. Read more. Read More
Lyric Morrison | May 22, 2019
Why are so many businesses moving their accounting operations to the cloud? Should you make the switch too?
For many, “the cloud” and “cloud computing” are mysterious and confusing concepts, which can lead to a severe misunderstanding of all the efficiencies and opportunities cloud-based financial management platforms can offer you and your business.
Here are four signs you and your business are ready to take the leap from your own server to the cloud - Read more. Read More
Dean Willingham | May 9, 2019
In 2016, the Financial Accounting Standards Board issued an Accounting Standards Update (ASC 842) that changed the way financial reporting will be done for leasing transactions. This change will affect all companies and organizations that lease assets such as real estate, airplanes and vehicles, and manufacturing equipment. Read more. Read More
Brian Foltyn | May 3, 2019
You’ve decided to sell your company. How do you make sure you will receive fair value for the true worth of the business? After all, you have spent years building a brand, a reputation, and success of your business. Now that you’re finally considering your exit strategy, it is vital that you can meet your objectives when the exit is imminent. Read more. Read More
Brian Foltyn | January 31, 2019
Rock band Van Halen’s 1982 world tour performance rider contained a provision (under the Munchies section) demanding a bowl of M&M candies backstage, with all the brown M&Ms removed. The consequence of even a single brown M&M found in the bowl was a forfeit of the entire show at full price – and maybe even a trashed dressing room.
The motivation behind the provision was actually a hidden safety measure. Read more. Read More