Getting abandoned by your old bookkeeper can leave you feeling frantic and distressed. It’s not like you can put your business on hold while you look for a solution – and as you look, you want to make sure your next bookkeeper is going to be the right fit. When you engage any kind of professional service, it’s important to be ready with a back-up plan in case something goes awry. Whether your bookkeeper quit abruptly, or if you were the one who cut ties because your standards weren’t met, there are steps you can take to ensure that your business doesn’t freefall from its upward trajectory.
When one door closes, an opportunity opens up. Here are some tips to handle the relationship postmortem:
As we move into the last month of 2018 it’s time to start thinking about 2019. There is still plenty of time left before 2018 wraps up, but planning ahead is the key to ending the year right. To that end, here is some tips to help you tie up any loose ends and get a running start as we head into the New Year.
When starting a new business, choosing your legal structure is one of the most important decisions you’ll have to make. The structure you choose will influence many areas of your business including your tax filing, your personal liability and your ability to receive funding. As a business owner, you can structure your business as a sole proprietorship, a partnership, an LLC, a S-Corporation, or a C-Corporation.