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What is the Difference Between Accountants and Bookkeepers?

Accountants and bookkeepers are often confused for one another, but there are actually some key differences between the two professions. Accountants typically have more training and experience in tax law, auditing, and financial planning, while bookkeepers tend to focus more on the day-to-day financial transactions of a business.

Accrual vs. Cash Accounting 

 

There are two main types of accounting: accrual accounting and cash accounting. Both have their...

How to Buy a Business

Looking to buy a business? Whether you're starting your own company or buying an existing one,...

What to Expect from Your Milwaukee Accounting Firm

Accounting firms can offer a wide range of services to businesses in Milwaukee. Accounting firms...

Programs you Need to Know About to Help You Save on Taxes

 

Smartest Ways to Leverage Business Tax Deductions

There are many business tax deductions available to business owners, but not all of them are...

Things to Know When Filing a Tax Appeal

A tax appeal is a formal process through which individuals or businesses can contest tax...

How to Get a Business Loan Checklist

If you’re looking for a way to finance your business, a good option might be to apply for a loan...

Business Valuation Do’s and Don’ts

Business Valuation Do’s and Don’ts

If you're thinking about selling your business, it's important...

How Long Should You Keep Personal and Business Tax Records?

How Long Should You Keep Personal and Business Tax Records?

It's important for business owners to...

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