Posted 3/8/14 at 11:27 AM | John Dillard
As Believers we are all called to do what is right.
Doing what is right starts with:
-Knowing what is right.
-Learning what is right.
-Listening to what is right.
Posted 3/7/14 at 2:13 PM | Brian Wallace
Posted 3/7/14 at 12:09 PM | John Dillard
You CANNOT Sell Your Business INTO Profitability is a Key Component of Business Profitability
"The absence of controlling costs and determining valid, prudent & necessary business costs are the largest variant in Best Practices for your company P/L" --- Duluth CPA John Dillard CPA
Be sure you work with a CPA who is looking to HELP you maximize your business profits!
As a Duluth CPA for Decades I am continually reminded that for my business to remain MOST profitable I must do job costing and gross margin analysis on every single invoice" -- Duluth CPA John Dillard CPA
Posted 3/7/14 at 11:06 AM | Brian Wallace
Posted 3/6/14 at 9:36 AM | Phil Cooke
Email drives us all nuts, but the fact is, it’s not going away anytime soon. So if we’re trying to get an important message across, it’s important our emails connect and make an impact. My advice?
Keep them short and to the point. Alexis Kleinman wrote a terrific story in The Huffington Post on how to write shorter emails that makes a lot of sense. Here’s a short summary of her story. Read it, because it will dramatically impact your effectiveness online. Here’s her 3 key ideas:
1. People don’t need as much background information as you think they do. It might seem essential to you, but it actually seems superfluous to the email recipient. They’d rather you get to the information and request more quickly, and then they can ask you to fill in any holes in their knowledge later. FULL POST
Posted 3/6/14 at 7:54 AM | John Dillard
In the medical world for almost EVERYONE, it seems so obvious. No one but a qualified surgeon “will do MY surgery.”
“But in the financial world it seems business owners loose the clarity. I have talked just in the last few weeks to two three business owners who are ‘getting what they paid for and NOT what they want.’ I love ads on TV take us to funny conclusions if we don’t use the right cable company, cologne etc. but there is NOTHING funny about overpaying your taxes! -- Duluth CPA, John Dillard CPA
Be sure you use a CPA to do YOUR taxes. The below is a muted e mail I recently received from someone who is not a CPA seeking to learn how to do business taxes on a real client they were presently working on.
Posted 3/5/14 at 8:32 AM | John Dillard
Work Aggressively to Address IRS Tax Issues BEFORE the IRS Aggressively Pursues Collection Efforts.
"Is the IRS THROWING the Book at You?"
Are IRS Tax Issues Dragging You Down?
As a Faith Based CPA firm we know you have enough details to worry about without having to worry is your CPA guiding you in the right path. At www.HisCPA.com you will find tax and business information you can use 24/7 to help you navigate the many tax details of operating, running your own business. Be sure you work to keep your business in the black by working with a CPA who can help guide in all business management and tax issues.
Posted 3/4/14 at 11:57 AM | Brian Wallace
Posted 3/4/14 at 10:24 AM | Brian Wallace