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4 Questions to Ask Your Accountant About Year-End Financial Planning
4Dec
4 Questions to Ask Your Accountant About Year-End Financial Planning
Year-end planning is here. The accounting and tax experts at inDinero can ensure your company is well-prepared and primed for growth—whatever 2021 brings.
Webinar: Tips & Advice for Businesses During COVID-19
2Apr
Webinar: Tips & Advice for Businesses During COVID-19
In this webinar, we explored the Paychecks Protection Program Loans, Economic Injury Disaster Loans and other tax relief from the CARES Act.
What A (Tax) Relief! COVID-19 Tax Updates
27Mar
What A (Tax) Relief! COVID-19 Tax Updates
It’s important to take a moment and say that during this volatile economic time, inDinero is here to provide you, our fellow entrepreneurs, with relevant news and updates for your business.
Remote Work: How to Switch to Virtual Accounting Quickly and Easily
26Mar
Remote Work: How to Switch to Virtual Accounting Quickly and Easily
Global panic, markets crashing, entire cities and states on lockdown, hundreds of millions of people isolated or in quarantine…
Small Business Resources During COVID-19
24Mar
Small Business Resources During COVID-19
The COVID-19 virus has been the focus of news across the U.S. for the past several weeks and across the world even longer.
Breaking Down The Families First Coronavirus Response Act
23Mar
Breaking Down The Families First Coronavirus Response Act
Today, the Treasury issued new guidance for the Families First Coronavirus Response Act regarding COVID-related paid leave for workers’ health or to care for their families, as well as tax credits for businesses with 500 or fewer employees
7 Steps to Prepare Your Company for an Economic Downturn
23Mar
7 Steps to Prepare Your Company for an Economic Downturn
During times of great economic uncertainty, it is wise to prepare your company for potential hard times, such as those we are facing now with the coronavirus pandemic.
A Letter from our CEO, Jessica Mah: Coronavirus Response
13Mar
A Letter from our CEO, Jessica Mah: Coronavirus Response
At inDinero, the health and well-being of our customers, employees, and communities is our top priority.
ASC 606: What You Need to Know
12Mar
ASC 606: What You Need to Know
ASC 606, a new accounting standard, changes the way businesses recognize revenue in contracts with customers, particularly customer payments.
4 Steps to Build Business Credit Quickly
4Mar
4 Steps to Build Business Credit Quickly
Just as building personal credit history is crucial for your own finances, building business credit is crucial for your business finances.
How to Make Your Company Stand Out in a Competitive Job Market
18Feb
How to Make Your Company Stand Out in a Competitive Job Market
Unlike the old days, it’s now possible for jobseekers to find openings practically anywhere. We can thank the internet for this, and the rate at which it’s being used to connect jobseekers to recruiters.
How to Tell If an Investor Is Right for Your Business
30Sep
How to Tell If an Investor Is Right for Your Business
It’s time to bring your business to the next level. Maybe you’ve recently launched and sparked significant interest in the market, or maybe you’ve been building the company for several years and have recently achieved a sustainable pattern of growth and momentum.
What Is the Ideal Burn Rate for a Growing Company?
4Sep
What Is the Ideal Burn Rate for a Growing Company?
Burn rate is a matter of life and death—startup life and death. It’s the difference between companies that survive for years and those that shutter within months.
5 Tech Tips to Add Hours to Your Day
4Jan
5 Tech Tips to Add Hours to Your Day
If there is one statement that holds true for all startup founders regardless of industry, it's this—there just aren't enough hours in the day.
3 Essential SaaS Metrics to Exceed Investor Expectations
21Dec
3 Essential SaaS Metrics to Exceed Investor Expectations
If you run a Software as a Service (SaaS) company—that is, if you provide licensed software via the cloud—I have some good news for you. SaaS is on track to reach a public market value of $76 billion in 2020.