5 Important Components for Successfully Scaling Your Business

When we start a business, we certainly don’t want income to be stagnant. We hope to work hard, increase sales, and make more money over time. But with more sales and more revenue comes more work. There is only so much work that one person…

3 Reasons Why Your Lack of Focus is Killing the Business

I’ve recently spoken with several small businesses that are having a really difficult time defining themselves. They are trying so hard to be broad in an effort not miss an opportunity for work, that they are appearing vague, disorganized,…

The “Cash Problem” with Legal Marijuana Businesses

With 33 states (and counting) now legalizing the sale of marijuana (medicinal and/or recreational), the pot industry has made a lot of headway. But while it has become somewhat commonplace for many individuals, for the federal government,…

7 Tips for Working Smarter – Not Harder

You likely find yourself working really hard day in and day out to get things done, only to feel like you are running on a treadmill, with no forward movement. You may find yourself thinking, “How could I possibly do more than what I’m already…

5 Tips for Balancing Your Business’ Budget for Success

Alarmingly, more than half of businesses fail due to inadequate funding or other financial issues. Although many of us understand that we need to be mindful of what we purchase, most of us don’t pay close enough attention to our actual budget.…

Does Marketing Really Matter?

You may have heard a time or two about the importance of marketing your business. No matter your next step – whether you want a prospective client to fill out a form on your website, give you a call on the phone, shoot you an email, or visit…

PA Shared-Work Program: Reducing Hours While Supplementing Wages

Laying off employees can negatively impact both the company and the individual. While the company has no way of smoothly transitioning from its previous state to one without the same trained and qualified help, employees also often suffer greatly,…

New Tax Law Benefits Many Americans

  It’s no surprise that the new tax law can be easily misunderstood. Between strong opinions about the current presidential administration and the intricacies and difficulties of taxes in general, it’s not difficult to see why…

Why Hiring a CPA is Your Best New Year’s Resolution Yet

  Nothing makes people think of change quite like the New Year. With the culmination of one year and the beginning of the next, it’s quite normal to find ourselves reflecting on all of the things we want to do differently. Gyms…

U.S. Tax Law: How Real Estate Investors, Developers & Communities Can Thrive

One of the most difficult things about investing in or developing real estate is having the capital to do so in the first place. Luckily, under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), passed last December and implemented in January 2018 (for tax returns…