One of the most important steps in creating a new company file in QuickBooks Online is getting your Chart of Accounts setup. The initial setup here can be altered later, but it’s vital to your accounting strategy to set this up properly right away to get accurate financials for your business. Adding an account to
Why You Need a CFO Our clients often ask us, “Do I need a CFO?”, or “What does a CFO do?”. A CFO is a financial expert who knows how to tell your company’s story with numbers. CFO’s lead and oversee accounting, finance, payroll, and other operational areas. It’s the CFO’s team – the Controller
5 Security Tips for a Remote Workforce COVID-19 has created a perfect opportunity for bad actors to prey on the unsuspecting. Hackers have always used fear and urgency to get people to respond to phishing attacks and scams and COVID-19 plays into their hands. The very abrupt and wide-spread shift to work-from-home arrangements resulted in
URGENT: Last Chance to Apply for a Paycheck Protection Loan This is an urgent post regarding the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) for those that haven’t applied or haven’t received approval. If you’re thinking about applying, or you applied in the first round and weren’t funded, we urge you to read on. A second round of
Negotiating Reduced or Deferred Rent Do you find yourself unable to make your rent payments? In a recent All In One Accounting interview, CEO Heide Olson spoke with Tim Olson of Carlson Partners about ways tenants can work with landlords when they need rent concessions. Carlson Properties specializes in working with tenants on lease negotiations.