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Blogging 101

Posted by on Dec 3, 2011 in Blog, Marketing | Comments Off on Blogging 101

Since I’ve only been blogging for a couple weeks, I decided to set out on a quest to learn how to blog. Obviously, I couldn’t base much on personal experience, so I turned to a couple stalwarts of the blogging world to see what techniques and strategies they advocate and more importantly what they do on their own blogs. In particular, I looked to Tim Ferriss, Seth Godin, and Ramit Sethi, though probably Tim’s work more than the rest since I’m more familiar with his blog. If you want to see the raw examples, I suggest...

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What I Learned at Chick-fil-a

Posted by on Nov 19, 2011 in Blog, Management, Marketing | Comments Off on What I Learned at Chick-fil-a

We recently had a Chick-fil-a open just a couple minutes away from our house. I’ve been a huge fan of Chick-fil-a for many years, ever since trying it out and reading “Eat Mor Chikin, Insprire More People” by S. Truett Cathy, their founder, so I watched the new store being built with much anticipation. In the three days since they opened, I’ve eaten there twice. I wanted to share a couple lessons learned from watching the process. The brand. You can’t beat the brand name recognition and goodwill that is generated...

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How to get $10,000 tax free

Posted by on Oct 25, 2011 in Blog, Tax Tips | Comments Off on How to get $10,000 tax free

One of the tax saving strategies I’ve been implementing this year involves long term capital gains. Currently, as long as you are in the 15% tax bracket, all long term capital gains are tax free. Since the stock markets have been rather chaotic over the past months, I decided to go ahead and take some of the gains while they would be tax free. While the rates are currently the same for 2012, with an enormous federal deficit looming, budget cuts coming from the congressional subcommittee, and ongoing chatter about raising taxes, I didn’t want...

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One accounting number you MUST understand

Posted by on Oct 17, 2011 in Accounting, Blog, Management | Comments Off on One accounting number you MUST understand

As a CPA, several people have asked me, “What is the most important metric to tell how I’m doing in my business?” It’s actually a really important question. I’ve found that far too often, business owners don’t exactly know how their business is performing, or even how to figure it out. Sure, they usually have some idea, but far too often, it’s not more specific than “pretty good” or “not so bad.” You owe it to yourself to know where your business stands at all times. I do not...

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Posted by on Oct 9, 2011 in Blog, General | Comments Off on Welcome

Hey guys. I realize it’s quite possible that no one will ever read this, but I’ve been wanting to give blogging a try for quite awhile now. While sometimes I might blog about a few things personal, I plan to mainly blog about small business. I am a CPA and have worked with many small businesses. I hope to address some of the issues and problems that are facing small businesses today and hopefully I will be able to provide some insight and a unique perspective as well as some practical ideas to help overcome these challenges....

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