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When Growth Goes Bad #3: Micromanagement

May 28, 2019 9:59:00 AM / by Lee Goudzwaard-Vaught posted in employees, quick tip, small business advice

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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 Lee Goudzwaard-Vaught posted in small business, quick tip, small business advice

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Growth for a business is good, right?

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‘Tis the Season: How the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Changes the Deductions for Charitable Giving

Dec 26, 2018 12:23:00 PM / by Lee Goudzwaard-Vaught posted in taxes, resources, quick tip

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year, right? Sure, sort of. At the end of the year, charitable donations soar, as individuals scramble to get them in before the end of the tax season. Sure, it feels good to give (really, you should do this. Giving is its own reward.) it doesn’t hurt that in year’s past you’d also get a big fat deduction for doing the right thing.

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How to Increase Average Repair Order for Your Shop [Quick Tip]

Jun 9, 2016 8:17:00 AM / by Brian Paulson posted in quick tip, auto repair shop accounting

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Average Repair Order (ARO) is one of the most important indicators of a healthy and profitable automotive repair shop. Increasing and maintaining higher ARO allows your staff to work efficiently while making the shop more money in the process.

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Do I Need a Higher Car Count or Higher ARO? [Quick Tip]

Jun 2, 2016 8:22:00 AM / by Brian Paulson posted in quick tip, auto repair shop accounting

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When it comes to running a profitable auto repair shop, successful owners recognize the balancing act between maintaining a proper car count and maximizing the average repair order (ARO) dollars.

The best-run shops know their break-even point: the number of cars needed on a weekly basis multiplied by the average dollar per job that will earn enough gross profit to cover operating costs and expenses.

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