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Your Startup’s Success Might Be Hindered By Your Accounting Method
2Nov
Your Startup’s Success Might Be Hindered By Your Accounting Method
As a startup founder, you need the right financial data in order to make decisions that put you in a position for growth.
How inDinero Helped Moozicore Bring its Digital Jukebox to the U.S.
19Oct
How inDinero Helped Moozicore Bring its Digital Jukebox to the U.S.
Moozicore, a Polish startup, focuses on growth by using inDinero to manage financial demands and prepare investor-ready reports.
Which Financial Professionals Do You Need When Fundraising?
4Oct
Which Financial Professionals Do You Need When Fundraising?
“You have to spend money to make money.” The familiar business adage is perhaps nowhere more true than when it comes to fundraising.
Start Hiring Sooner—the IRS Will Pay You To Do It
7Sep
Start Hiring Sooner—the IRS Will Pay You To Do It
Hiring? If you run a startup, you probably should be. Job growth is up, unemployment is down, and our country’s already competitive labor market is on track to tighten even further in the coming months.
What Could Your Startup Accomplish With an Extra $250K in 2019?
16Aug
What Could Your Startup Accomplish With an Extra $250K in 2019?
A quarter of a million dollars could transform your startup. Or it could buy you a vintage Taco Bell hot sauce packet. No joke—as of this writing, that is a genuine listing on eBay: one unopened pouch of Taco Bell hot sauce, circa 1984–1992, priced at exactly $250,000.
Why Location Matters When Filing Business Taxes
20Jul
Why Location Matters When Filing Business Taxes
Where you do business says a lot about your company. If you’re a clothing shop in Waikiki, you probably have to keep your bikinis and boardshorts stocked all year round.
The Role Outsourced Accounting Plays in Growing Your Startup
17Jul
The Role Outsourced Accounting Plays in Growing Your Startup
From everything I’ve learned so far from the businesses we work with, early-stage companies are trying to make a million things happen at once. Most startups we talk to don’t have their operational processes defined right off the bat, so they’re constantly tackling logistical and departmental emergencies all while trying to meet the increasing demands of successful growth.
8 Budgeting Tips for Surviving Seasonal Business Ups & Downs
9Jul
8 Budgeting Tips for Surviving Seasonal Business Ups & Downs
First things first, you need to determine the minimal requirements it takes for your business to exist.
Examples of R&D Tax Credit Qualified Research Expenses
29Jun
Examples of R&D Tax Credit Qualified Research Expenses
One of the most momentous parts of business is nailing down what makes your product or service different.
Seed Investment: Comparing SAFE and Convertible Notes
22Jun
Seed Investment: Comparing SAFE and Convertible Notes
When it comes to seed investment, founders have options. Typically they prefer low interest which is where SAFE comes in as a favorable alternative to convertible notes, but there's much more to the picture.
Navigating a “Friends and Family” Funding Round
8Jun
Navigating a “Friends and Family” Funding Round
Early in his company’s history, entrepreneur Greg Vetter achieved a seemingly impossible feat: he convinced Whole Foods to distribute his family’s line of salad dressings on a national level.
What Investors Really Want to See for a Series A Funding Round
16Mar
What Investors Really Want to See for a Series A Funding Round
As someone who spends all day, every day, listening to entrepreneurs share the challenges they face, I’ve learned a few things: Every business may be unique, but business owners have a lot in common.
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.
Your Small Business Can Afford to Offer Retirement Plans—Here’s How
26Jan
Your Small Business Can Afford to Offer Retirement Plans—Here’s How
In the past, many small business owners have thought that providing a 401(k) plan wasn’t realistic for their employees.
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.