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Tax Readiness Checklist (5 Things You Must Do)

By |December 10th, 2020|Categories: Accounting Services, Entrepreneurship, Financial, Outsourced CFO, Startups, Taxes|

Each year, businesses file their taxes. The season includes hard deadlines, fees, not to mention potential fines and other penalties imposed by the IRS. Add these to the fact that you (potentially) have to pay [...]

21 Startup Jargon Terms Every Founder Should Know

By |December 3rd, 2020|Categories: Accounting platforms and tools, Entrepreneurship, Financial, Startups|

Have you ever been confused by startup jargon? You had a perfect idea, found the perfect people for the job, and now you’re ready to take the next big step, launching your startup. Whether [...]

What Accounting Services Do You Need As Your Startup Grows?

By |December 1st, 2020|Categories: Accounting Services, Entrepreneurship, Financial, Startups, Taxes|

As your startup grows from a bootstrapped company through the first rounds of outside funding, your accounting services needed will change significantly. The level of reporting and analysis required for a more advanced startup [...]

How To Set Your Startup Budget For 2021

By |November 19th, 2020|Categories: Entrepreneurship, Financial, Outsourced CFO, Startups|

Whether you’re bootstrapping or looking for funding, a budget is a necessary first step in getting your startup off the ground. When looking for funding, a budget is the first of the many requirements investors [...]

What do Investors Want to see in your Pitch Deck?

By |November 17th, 2020|Categories: Entrepreneurship, Outsourced CFO, Startups|

How important is your pitch deck for funding? Grabbing the attention of an investor shares many common traits of gaining the awareness of your target market. It takes a funnel. Your customers move through [...]

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