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Boost Your Bottom Line by Empowering Your Employees

As a business owner, it can be really frustrating when it seems like your employees don't care about their jobs or the company as a whole. We all know these team members—the ones who show up for work but may not show much initiative. It may seem like they aren't invested, but in reality, perhaps [...]

Boost Your Bottom Line by Empowering Your Employees2018-05-18T13:00:10-04:00

PlanGuru Analytics Update: Improved Performance!

We recently installed several changes to PlanGuru Analytics that added additional features and improved performance. Here is a summary of those changes: • Without a doubt the most exciting news is we increased the speed that pages load by a whopping 333%! The next time you use Analytics you will notice that pages will load [...]

PlanGuru Analytics Update: Improved Performance!2018-03-03T12:41:52-05:00

The Top Five Benefits of Outsourced Accounting

Business conditions are changing and outsourcing is on the rise. Today’s business owners are facing greater expectations when it comes to financial transparency and government compliance. All too often, businesses are juggling day-to-day responsibilities alongside more complex and time-consuming tasks such as finance, accounting, compliance, internal audit, and risk management. They are simply trying to [...]

The Top Five Benefits of Outsourced Accounting2016-10-20T19:10:25-04:00

Prepping the Financials for a Sale

A seller’s business acumen will be judged severely by a prospective buyer. Having bad internal financial information and error-riddled financial statements is the fastest method you can use to chase away a good prospective buyer. The buyer will expect information to be accurate and in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). The buyer will [...]

Prepping the Financials for a Sale2016-10-20T19:10:25-04:00

4 Things Every Entrepreneur Should Do Before Meeting an Investor

Almost all startups – whether they are in major hubs like Silicon Valley, Boston or New York or less metropolitan areas like Kansas City, Mo. – face the same problem. Every Wednesday morning, I sit in 1 Million Cups Kansas City, an educational program where startups pitch their companies to other entrepreneurs and community members for feedback, [...]

4 Things Every Entrepreneur Should Do Before Meeting an Investor2016-10-20T19:10:25-04:00
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