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November 17th, 2011 posted by David Finkel ( Advisor)

1.      Have more than one person involved in any one cycle of money. This is an essential “check and balance.” Having two or more people sign off on all money flows and money cycles reduces temptation and makes fraud or theft less likely. Here are a few examples: Person A logs in checks and cash; []

November 9th, 2011 posted by Amanda Han CPA ( Tax Strategist)

I am sure you will all agree with us when we say that deciding which type of entity structure is best for your business can be a confusing and frustrating experience. There are various types of business structures out there where certain entities save you money in taxes while other types of entities cost you []

November 4th, 2011 posted by David Finkel ( Advisor)

Plan your week. What are the 5 “bottom lines” that you must accomplish this week?  In other words, what 5 business items must you finish this week to have this week be a real victory for you?  What day(s) do you plan on working on them?  Block out the time at the start of the []