You've Hired an Outsourced Accounting Firm. Now What?

Outsourced accounting is the practice of hiring an outside firm or individual to handle one's financial affairs. This can include bookkeeping, tax preparation, and other financial tasks. Outsourcing accounting can provide many benefits, including freeing up time for business owners and increasing efficiency. It can also be more cost-effective than handling these tasks in-house.

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Data informed accountants are those who use data to help inform their decisions. This data can...

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If you're self-employed or run a small business, you might have considered hiring a bookkeeper....

All About CPAs

All About CPAs

CPAs are certified public accountants who have passed the Uniform CPA Examination...

When Should You Hire an Accountant?

There are a few key times when you should consider hiring an accountant.

How to Avoid These 5 Common Accounting Mistakes

Many entrepreneurs and small business owners have assumed the responsibility of overseeing the...

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Bonds — they hold ions and people together, and as it turns out, can also serve as a form of...

Don't Make These 5 Bookkeeping Mistakes

For many small businesses—especially those that are just getting started or low on extra cash—the...

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