Monthly Archives: April 2015

5 Signs That It’s Time to Hire a Consultant

Many companies struggle with the decision of whether or not they should hire a consultant. It’s hard to know when to ask for help. And it’s even harder trying to determine whether or not hiring a consultant is a financially sound decision. The bottom line is that consultants have the capability of adding an unprecedented… Read more »

Why Smaller Accounting Firms Give Your More Bang for Your Buck

It’s easy to feel lost in large accounting firms. You find yourself leaving messages for Tim, that are returned by Anne three weeks later. Your emails seem to go unanswered. And scheduling an appointment for a quick consultation keeps getting pushed back another month. It’s frustrating, yes, but more than that, it’s a problem your… Read more »

3 Goals Every Small Business Owner Should Set

Business goals are bigger than simple New Year Resolutions you set in January. In fact, we believe that it is crucial for small business owners to set and reevaluate their business goals with each new quarter that arises. How else will know whether or not your business is meeting its true potential? As we enter… Read more »


Have you filed you 2014 tax return or an extension yet? The due date for filing your personal tax return or  extension is Wednesday, April 15.   Small business owners, self-employed individuals and anyone who owes the IRS money may wait until the last minute to file. But haste could lead to omitted income, transposed Social Security numbers… Read more »


With a population of about 76 million people, the “Millennial” generation is expected to soon overtake Baby Boomers as the largest living generation in the United States. In 2015, Millennial consumers will spend an estimated $2.45 trillion worldwide, according to a recent study conducted by the Center for Marketing Research at the University of Massachusetts… Read more »