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Along with pumpkin pie and turkey, Q4 is the time to cook up an End of Year and 2023 Plan for your business. Let’s dive into Year-End Planning, 2022 Tax Planning, and getting ready for the 2023 year.
Time to start shifting into year-end tax planning and getting into the mindset of tackling next year’s season. A constantly changing tax environment creates an abundance of issues to track. Here are key issues to track for your 2022 tax planning and 2023 financial planning: . . .
What is the difference between a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Controller? Understanding each of these roles, expectations and responsibilities is critical when building your business. For instance, most people think a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Controller are the same, but in fact these two roles have very different expectations and responsibilities.
Before you make a decision on who to hire, it’s important to understand the difference between these two roles.
Many accounting firms specialize in specific kinds of clientele such as doctors, lawyers, corporations and service-based providers. If you are an executive of a construction company, and are considering hiring an accounting firm, you need a firm that truly understands the construction industry and its specialized accounting needs.
Here are 6 critical questions you should ask before making a decision.
The best way for a new business or startup to build a strong foundation is to implement a financial strategy right from the beginning. If you’re considering starting a company, remember this: when building a business, it is critical to consider and develop a thoughtful financial strategy by asking the right accounting questions. Taking the time to build your business from the ground up with a healthy financial foundation can help you increase profit, reduce overhead, and minimize tax liability.
Here are just a few questions you’ll want to ask yourself before getting started.
Hi, this is Kevin Brown, managing partner at RBTK. We’re starting off the new year and what is one of the typical things we tend to do in the new year? We make new year’s resolutions. Well, any resolution requires good planning. So, most of the clients we work at RBTK are closely held businesses and their owners and entrepreneurs. And there are a number of things to plan for as you come into the new year when you own your own business.
Kevin Brown: We’re coming up on the end of the year, and of course, that’s exciting with the holidays and all the things around that and family, but it’s also a time that is really a necessary time to consider some issues around planning, tax planning, year end planning. And today I have John Wheeler joining me, and John is with Akili Capital. John works with a lot of high net worth individuals and I’ll let him share a little bit more about who he works with, but John, with that, tell us a little bit what you’re seeing with your clients and things that may be concerning them as we come into the end of the year.
Here at RBTK, we take a very unique approach to servicing our valued clients. That’s because we are more than just CPAs. We are actual business owners who also operate in the CPA service arena. Operating and focusing from a business perspective means we know how to look at a variety of angles to help your business thrive, given your own unique circumstances.
To define our strategy, we ask some key questions: What is your business? What are you doing? And most importantly . . .
When considering a merger or acquisition, the most opportune time to find out about possible culture clashes is obviously before the deal is complete. In fact, one often-cited reason for mergers or acquisitions that fail to get off the ground is concern about potential cultural integration problems. Avoiding such costly pitfalls by conducting a cultural evaluation has become a high priority for most companies considering transactions.
While other facets of due diligence focus heavily upon quantitative factors such as . . .
At RBTK we are more than just CPAs, we are business financial advisors for our clients and we help them make informed and strategic decisions based not only on their financial information but also on where they want to take their business in the future.
For example, we have a very successful and profitable client that we have been working with for 30 years.
When they first started out as a small company we . . .
Many small businesses prepare — and regularly update — a strategic plan, but many overlook this important task.
Whether your business falls into the “have” or a “have-not” category, a strategic plan can be an invaluable resource to help your company accomplish its ultimate objectives. And part of this process involves having a succession or exit plan.
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Family-owned businesses often face distinctive challenges when it comes to succession planning. Emotions can run high, and the business owner’s lifelong working legacy may be at stake. This article discusses various ways to address succession planning concerns and conflicts.