The September 2021 Journal talks about disaster relief, updates on government impacts of finance, and a few notes on IRS compliance activities. Plus some great charts and links.
Not Business As Usual
The August 2021 Journal talks about the status of work-from-home and job recovery. News about tax deadlines and some great charts included, and links for businesses and nonprofits.
A mid-year financial review is a great way to check in on the status of your business and books. Get things shipshape before there’s a mess!
The July 2021 Journal covers small business finance news, tax deadlines, a beautiful risk chart, and links for businesses and nonprofits.
The May 2021 Journal discusses what’s going on in finance, a few tax deadlines, a couple of charts, and links for businesses and nonprofits.
It’s very important for small business owners to have great personal and business separation, particularly with regard to finances. Here’s what that means, why to do it, and how.
The April Journal is chock full of information, charts, and links about curent financial topics like the PPP, American Rescue Act and giving levels that affect small businesses and nonprofits.
What can a profit margin show you? Beyond the basic ratios, profit margin can show you how well you’re meeting business goals and priorities. Find out how to calculate these margins, and more about what they can teach you.
The March 2021 Journal waffles about current economic and financial events, deadlines, and details. Plus charts!
Profit isn’t the same as cash flow, but they’re both important to a business’s financial health. It’s pretty common for new business owners to to point to the profit/loss number on the P&L and think that it has something to […]
The February 2021 Journal updates you on economic and financial current events, deadlines, and details. Plus charts!
The January 2021 Journal is full of links, charts and topics about current financial topics affecting small businesses and nonprofits. Plus charts!
The November Journal is full of links, charts and topics about current financial topics affecting small businesses and nonprofits.
So you need the help of a finance professional. The question is, what financial professional? This article looks at the most common types of pros and discusses what they do and how they can help you.
The September Journal is full of links, charts and topics about current financial topics affecting small businesses and nonprofits.