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Simplify Through Planning

Jun 11, 2019 9:33:00 AM / by CSI Accounting Staff posted in small business accounting, small business operations

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Too many cooks spoil the broth.

It’s a hassle to deal with multiple vendors for your financial services.

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Why Making the Switch to CSI was a Game Changer for Added Value Printing

Jun 4, 2019 12:53:00 PM / by CSI Accounting Staff posted in small business accounting

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Added Value Printing is the premier custom PAD printing specialist serving the construction safety gear space, but frankly, they needed some help three years ago.

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When Growth Goes Bad #3: Micromanagement

May 28, 2019 9:59:00 AM / by CSI Accounting Staff posted in small business operations

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Growth is good for a business, right?

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When Growth Goes Bad #2: Bad Clients

May 21, 2019 9:41:00 AM / by CSI Accounting Staff posted in small business operations

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Growth for a business is good, right?

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When Growth Goes Bad #1: Hiring During Growth

May 14, 2019 10:31:00 AM / by CSI Accounting Staff posted in small business operations

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Growth for a business is good, right?

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The Truth About Tax Prep Software and Your Business

May 7, 2019 10:45:00 AM / by CSI Accounting Staff posted in small business taxes, small business bookkeeping, small business accounting

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Every year, as business owners enter into the final stretch of tax season, tons of people and small businesses scramble to make sense of their financial statements, figuring out their own deductions, and struggling with some “free” tax prep software. Maybe you have just gone through that this year. 

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Are Remote Workers The Answer?

Apr 30, 2019 10:59:00 AM / by CSI Accounting Staff posted in small business operations

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If you’ve spent any time online in the last ten years, you’ve probably heard about the digital nomad. A term coined in the late 2000s, the digital nomad represents a new worker that’s not chained to a desk or a specific office -- they work remotely. Thanks to the development of affordable wifi, dependable laptops, and a millennial lifestyle that values experience and flexibility over stability, digital nomads have become a staple of the workforce.

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The Delivery App Conundrum: Does it Cost My Restaurant Money to Go Online?

Apr 23, 2019 11:08:00 AM / by CSI Accounting Staff posted in restaurants, small business operations

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We increasingly live in an age that is centered on convenience. Streaming services mean that fewer people go out to the movies, and car apps like Lyft and Uber mean that fewer people own vehicles. One space that has seen an online surge are food delivery apps. DoorDash, Uber Eats, and Postmates all advertise that they can get your favorite restaurant’s food right to your door, without you ever getting out of your pajamas.

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Why Your Trade-Based Business Needs to Change its Hiring Policies Immediately

Apr 16, 2019 10:52:00 AM / by CSI Accounting Staff posted in landscaping companies, construction companies, small business operations

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We’re in the midst of a construction boom. That’s great news for trade-based businesses, such as construction companies, electricians, and plumbers, but finding the talent to match the demand during these booms can be a huge challenge for any employer. 

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How the Government Shut Down Affects Tax Season For You

Jan 9, 2019 10:28:32 AM / by CSI Accounting Staff posted in small business taxes, small business accounting, small business operations

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The current government shutdown is affecting all kinds of nationally funded programs, but nowhere is it more evident than how it has shaped tax season this year. Already different because of the passage of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act, the real monkey wrench comes from the fact that 800,000 federal workers in nine different departments aren’t able to work. These departments include Agriculture, Commerce, Justice, Homeland Security, Housing and Urban Development, Interior, State, Transportation, and Treasury .

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