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Navigating Health Insurance Options as a Small Business Owner

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As a small business owner, there are numerous responsibilities that come with running your own venture, and one of the most crucial is ensuring the health and well-being of your team members. Offering health insurance benefits not only takes care of your employees’ medical needs but also enhances your company’s appeal in a competitive job market. Let’s take a deeper dive into the health insurance…

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A Checklist for Bookkeeping

A Checklist for Bookkeeping

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 A checklist for bookkeeping. What does that look like? First of all, we recommend that you update your books no more than once a week with a checklist for bookkeeping. More than once a week is just a lot of unnecessary effort. We follow the Profit First system, so a lot of our clients and a lot of our recommendations also will fall into biweekly,…

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Bookkeeping Red Flags

Bookkeeping Red Flags

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 Bookkeeping Red Flags | John Briggs – Incite Tax   What are some bookkeeping red flags to watch out for? The first red flag is you want to run a profit and loss statement by month. When you’re looking at the statement, it’ll show January, February, March, April, however many months you’re looking at in separate columns. You wanna notice trends, mainly inconsistent trends. If…

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