Accounting Workflow


How to Avoid Inefficiency When Managing Your Business Accounting

By Anna Masker In standard20th February, 2019 How to Avoid Inefficiency When Managing Your Business Accounting

How to More Efficiently Manage Accounting Workflows   Stop inefficiencies from running rampant. Far too many businesses use outdated, highly-inefficient business accounting processes – and accounting departments are no exception. Let us give you tips on how to avoid these inefficiencies in your business accounting. Tracking and approving expenses, for example, are plagued by dysfunction


5 mistakes your bookkeeper is making that you don’t even know

By Anna Masker In standard21st July, 2017 5 mistakes your bookkeeper is making that you don’t even know

Your accounting department can be chugging along, cranking out financials that, on the surface, look great. The numbers look reasonable and you can explain away things that look a little out of whack. However, below those top-line numbers, trouble can be brewing.  Most of the time, you won’t even know it. Many businesses rely on


“The Short Hurt”

By Anna Masker In standard24th March, 2017 “The Short Hurt”

I think I’m in love…   I’ve fallen hard for a phrase I just heard and I cannot get it out of my mind because it sums up everything so succinctly and powerfully that my many, many words and conversations with clients and blog posts over the years could never do.  It is “The Short


Are you “flying blind?”

By Anna Masker In standard11th November, 2016 Are you “flying blind?”

Often, we speak to business owners who feel they don’t have clear visibility on their numbers or what drives their businesses’ performance.  Time and again they use the same phrase…”I’m flying blind.” Normally these are businesses that are struggling in some capacity, whether it is managing cash flow or profitability, or trying to understand what’s


Pay attention to Project Velocity

By Anna Masker In standard13th October, 2016 Pay attention to Project Velocity

Here’s a common scenario:  You are in your post-project wrap up meeting.  The team finished the project under budget and within the allotted hours.  The client is satisfied with the work and everyone on the team starts congratulating themselves on a “job well done.” Except no one mentions that the project took 3 months longer


The Big Data in Your Small Business

By Anna Masker In standard26th August, 2016 The Big Data in Your Small Business

There is a lot of big data in your small business. OK, maybe not the Big Data that Google and Facebook capture…  rather, the everyday data that, if you could harness it, would give you big insights and even bigger results. That’s what we consider big data in small business. The key is harnessing that


Your Business’ GPS

By Anna Masker In standard1st July, 2016 Your Business’ GPS

I love the Waze app on my phone.   What I like about Waze, is that it’s more than just a GPS app– it is like a mini-copilot.  It tells you when there is debris on the road ahead, where the police are, and how long you’ll be sitting in traffic.  I use it all


Delegating vs. Abdicating

By Anna Masker In standard31st May, 2016 Delegating vs. Abdicating

Michael Gerber in his book The E-Myth, has a famous saying: ” You need to work on your business not in it. ” In order to start working “on” your business in strategy, marketing and other management tasks you need to start pushing some responsibilities to your team as you grow.  In our experience there


Getting too big for your britches

By Anna Masker In standard29th April, 2016 Getting too big for your britches

“You’re getting too big for your britches!”  I found those words spilling out of my mouth as I scolded my 10 year old, to which he responded perplexed,  “Mom, what  are britches?”  I couldn’t help but laugh as his sincere curiosity made my admonishment more of a joke than a parenting win. How often did


“Well… that sucked.”

By Anna Masker In standard19th April, 2016 “Well… that sucked.”

“Well… that sucked.” That was the summation of a business owner’s experience filing his taxes this year.  He finished working with his CPA feeling underserved, unimpressed and blind-sided by a big tax bill he didn’t know was coming. Before this turns into a gripe session about accountants, let’s set one thing straight.  CPA firms are

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