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Here’s Some Great Tax Advice – Hire an Accountant

Today is January 17th, meaning there are less than three months remaining until tax day (forgive me, but us finance guys treat tax day like a major holiday. Now that I think about it, maybe this is why we don’t ever get invited anywhere). Anyway, being that I am a finance guy, every tax season, I get asked… Read More »

Equipment Financing as a Profit Center

I know that I’ve alluded to today’s subject here in previous posts, but this time, I’d like to devote an entire post to it, as it is important. For many small businesses, taking the plunge to finance equipment is a big step. After all, when all is said and done, you’re assuming a long-term commitment. So I want… Read More »

Clean up your Medical Collection Accounts

Now that the New Year is upon us, it’s time to make a New Years resolution. Mine is I’ll make at least a weekly post in this blog. There was also something about exercising in there, but I think the unofficial rule is the first resolution counts, and the rest fall under the ‘maybe next year’ column. So… Read More »

There’s still time to lower your 2007 tax bill

With the holiday season in full bloom, and the New Year right around the corner, most businesses have fallen into that ‘Friday afternoon’ stage of the year. It’s time to reflect, retool, restock, and revel (although you may want to do your reveling after work!) I want to add one more word to that, re-check. As in re-check… Read More »

Get the IRS to Pay for Your Mac

OSX & Windows in One Box- A Web Developers Dream Ever since apple began using Intel Chips, their computers have been an even hotter buy for programmers, graphic designers, and most web people (other than adult entertainment.) Being able to code or design using OSX and testing with parallels and windows puts everything you need for the web… Read More »