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September 2019

Taxes and IRS Headaches Nobody Likes dealing with the IRS, mainly because nobody ever likes to deal with taxes.  The system is labyrinthine and often confusing.  It changes regularly, adding new taxes, removing old ones, making minor changes to existing codes.  Somewhere in all of this is the intent to make the system more efficient, but the end result never feels that way.  To help

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January 2019

Death and Taxes             The United States has a rough history with taxes.  Even so, taxes are as inevitable as death.  Tax season can be an ugly mess.  It’s one of the most stressful periods for small business owners.  It can be a very time consuming process, especially if you don’t do it right.  So, here’s a few things to have ready to make tax

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October 2018
February 2017

3 Simple Tips to Stay On Top of Your Books this Spring It’s that time of year again! Springtime brings warm weather and more construction projects to keep up with. You may be wondering what to do to get your books up to date and to stay on track for your busy season. Here are a couple suggestions: Visit with your bookkeeper It doesn’t have

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Feb
2017
September 2016

Why You Need a Virtual Assistant and What You Should Look For There are many life saving advantages of virtual assistance. Running a business is tough work, and it’s even tougher when you do it by yourself. Your time is important so hiring someone to take care of a few things will give you more time to focus on revenue generating activities. Not to mention,

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Sep
2016
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August 2016

Bookkeeping mistakes to eliminate to increase your profitability…and what to do instead. Bookkeeping is an important part of running a successful business. Keeping detailed financial records is very important because that information is used by several sources including tax authorities and potential investors. Keeping your bookkeeping records free of errors can increase your profitability. Here are three common mistakes: 1) Avoid waiting to record your

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Aug
2016

Save your sanity with these easy to follow steps Have any of us ever not felt the wear of the daily grind? Between aggravating stop and go traffic, endless assignments from upper management, and the essential demands of a personal life, we all must at some point feel that we cannot take anymore. The dreaded word “overwhelmed” enters into our life and infects all the facets

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Aug
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July 2016

What is your time worth to your company? Here in the United States we revere and respect our founding fathers and with good reason. It takes a lot of guts to take the risks they did to secede and create a brand new country. From a business stand point, we would be wise to listen to the advice put forth by these successful entrepreneurs. Benjamin

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Jul
2016
January 2016

Virtual Assistance for the Construction Industry If you are like most contractors who work for yourself or use a crew you are usually up and on the job site before the banks open and work till the job is done. Always in demand is the need for proposals, project management, ordering and sometimes picking up different materials for the job or the next job. The job

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Jan
2016
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December 2015

With the ever increasing costs of employees, finding office space for them while you invest time spent hiring and training, it’s no wonder why it’s becoming ever more popular to outsource to a virtual assistant in managing different parts of your growing business. Here are 3 reasons why you and many of our clients take advantage of our virtual assistant outsourcing programs. 3 Reasons You

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Dec
2015
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December 2015

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