Five tech tools to boost small business income

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There are two approaches to boost the income of your small business: Increase revenue, or Decrease expenses. If your experience is like mine, there is no shortage of people willing to help you raise income. Marketing experts, business coaches, networking specialists, branding experts, and so forth. My inbox is overflowing daily from so many offers […]

A survey of state-specific continuing professional education ethics courses for Delaware CPAs

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Editing note: After initial publication I added noted on an unlimited CPE package if offered. Most Certified Public Accountants, like me, take continuing professional education (CPE) courses from a variety of sources on a range of topics of business interest or specialization over time in the normal course of business. I subscribe to several providers […]

Three nonnegotiable points on CPA verification letters

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CPAs are commonly asked to verify business information including ownership, finances and available funds. This is a useful part of business operations and often part of the bank lending process There are three simple, clear and nonnegotiable points, however, to these CPA verification letters: CPAs may verify facts, not opinions. A CPA who attempts to […]

An accounting niche opposite the AICPA trend

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An advertisement by a top-qualify national information publishing firm joined up with a prominent AICPA event to deliver an educational program designed to prepare CPA firms for imminent change. The bullet points describing the course content are: End-to-end, automated cloud-based tax preparation AI-enhanced, highly intuitive tax research A cloud-driven, Integrated Audit Approach that focuses on […]

What to do if you didn’t get a tax cut

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What if you work in “any trade or business involving the performance of services in the fields of health, law, accounting, actuarial science, performing arts, consulting, athletics, financial services, brokerage services, or any trade or business where the principal asset of such trade or business is the reputation or skill of 1 or more of […]

Introduction to tax planning for professionals

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You didn’t benefit from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act? Your business and personal income taxes are still way too high? Don’t give up. Plan a new approach to build tax free income and a secure financial future. I’ve helped dozens of business and professional clients increase the portion of their earnings that they keep […]

Ten million people with tax debt can still move forward with a normal financial and personal life

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Millions of Americans are saddled with tax debt that prevents them from moving financially. That financial struggle impacts other aspects of life including mental and physical health and relationships. I’ve observed that the key to resolving these problems – even when they seem insurmountable in the beginning – is to establish a supportive professional relationship […]