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The Founder’s Roadmap to Startup Funding Rounds
21Apr
The Founder’s Roadmap to Startup Funding Rounds
Use this timeline infographic to understand the different stages of startup funding and the financial requirements you'll be expected to fulfill.
Learn Why Startup Founders Choose inDinero
2Apr
Learn Why Startup Founders Choose inDinero
Small business owners share why they outsource their accounting, bookkeeping, taxes, and CFO services to inDinero.
Making the Switch from Cash or Accrual to GAAP Accounting
9Mar
Making the Switch from Cash or Accrual to GAAP Accounting
One of the most thoughtful and hardworking CPAs I’ve ever met once told me that businesses are like fingerprints—each one is unique and has different ways of tracking and sharing financial information internally.
Organize Small Business Taxes With inDinero’s Tax Questionnaire
2Mar
Organize Small Business Taxes With inDinero’s Tax Questionnaire
When you’re busy running your business all year, you’re probably not spending much time considering which specific state and federal forms you’ll need to file. But in the game of business taxes, you need to be organized and timely..
Getting to Know Elise Fajen of inDinero and Wind-Blox
12Jan
Getting to Know Elise Fajen of inDinero and Wind-Blox
Elise Fajen is inDinero’s Sales Operation Manager, as well as the Co-Founder and Director of Human Resources at her family-owned sportswear company, Wind-Blox. When she’s not looking for new ways for inDinero’s marketing and sales teams to reach small business owners, she’s busy making our Portland office a wonderful and welcoming place to work:
The Best Times of Year to Outsource Business Accounting
5Jan
The Best Times of Year to Outsource Business Accounting
Maybe you hate spending your Saturdays in spreadsheets, or maybe you hit a few major milestones and are outgrowing your current system.
Making Partial Payments with inDinero Bill Pay
15Dec
Making Partial Payments with inDinero Bill Pay
I don’t know about you, but I’ve always found that watching the money coming into my bank account is much more fun than paying it out. While we haven’t found the secret sauce to not spending money—expenses are a fact of life—we have built a software and service that lets you pay bills effortlessly, and the new Partial Bill Payment feature adds a much-needed level of flexibility to that process.
What Do Different Industries Spend on Marketing?
8Dec
What Do Different Industries Spend on Marketing?
There’s lots of advice out there about what companies should spend on marketing. Most commentators claim businesses should spend around 6-12% of their revenue on marketing, but it’s important to remember that’s when they’re speaking to a wider audience
How to Support Women-Led Small Businesses
10Nov
How to Support Women-Led Small Businesses
The marketplace is currently seeing an all-time high of women-led businesses. Among these, a staggering 99.9% are classified as small business ventures, meaning they employ 500 people or less.
5 Small Business Trends to Work Into Your 2018 Plans
3Nov
5 Small Business Trends to Work Into Your 2018 Plans
Small businesses must transform themselves to keep up with ever-changing technologies moving the world forward.
Getting to Know inDinero: Lisa Bunday, CFO
20Oct
Getting to Know inDinero: Lisa Bunday, CFO
As inDinero's CFO, Lisa Bunday is guiding inDinero's next steps in expansion and development. Read more about the person behind this new phase of growth.
3 Financial Metrics I Use to Run My Marketing Agency
6Oct
3 Financial Metrics I Use to Run My Marketing Agency
No successful marketer decides to start their own agency because they love accounting. Not even the most passionate digital marketers who love getting deep into the data, like I did when I started Adficient.
ShearShare Works with inDinero to Balance Their Bottom Line
22Sep
ShearShare Works with inDinero to Balance Their Bottom Line
Mobile app startup founders, Courtney and Tye Caldwell share why they outsource ShearShare's accounting, bookkeeping, and taxes to inDinero.
7 Signs It’s Time to Hire Employee #1
1Sep
7 Signs It’s Time to Hire Employee #1
They say “the more, the merrier,” and in most cases it is undeniably true. But for a tight-knit team of founders, widening the circle to bring in your first employee is a big—sometimes daunting—milestone.
What to do if You Commingle Personal and Business Funds
10Aug
What to do if You Commingle Personal and Business Funds
One of the most common problems we see from startup founders who are first moving away from DIY accounting is a wide range of “personal transactions” being made with the business accounts.