accounting

Getting a Head Start on Tax Season

By Ginger Perry, Accountant, at Swick & Associates, P.C. and CWCC Member While the end of the year may seem like it’s a long time from now, it’s only three short months away. When you factor in the hectic weeks of the coming holiday season, that really only leaves a few weeks to pull your tax […]

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Guest Article: Don’t Let Your Business Become a Smorgasbord

The Bottom Line- Monthly Accounting Advice for Better Business-October 2009 Brought to you by Capital Bookkeeping Don’t Let Your Business Become a Smorgasbord When times are tough and sales slump you may be tempted to offer all kinds of new services hoping to make a sale from anyone who walks in the door. But don’t […]

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Guest Column: Monthly Accounting Advice for Better Business – Employee Fraud

The Bottom Line-Monthly Accounting Advice for Better Business August 2009 Brought to you by Capital Bookkeeping Employee Fraud Perception of Detection is one of the strongest deterrents to occupational fraud and theft. Let employees know you are actively seeking and auditing your business for potential fraud. High risk areas include cash, portable inventory, higher levels […]

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Guest Column: Monthly Accounting Advice for Better Business

The Bottom Line- Monthly Accounting Advice for Better Business- July 2009 Brought to you by Capital Bookkeeping The Triple Bottom Line The Triple Bottom Line is a phrase first used 20 years ago by John Elkington, co-founder of a consultancy focused on sustainability. 3BL, also described as People, Planet, Profit, expands the traditional, purely financial […]

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