QuickBooks Connect Updates

BY Eddy Hood ON Nov 12, 2018


It’s a special time of year for accountants like us. We’re currently at QuickBooks Connect, an annual conference that brings the best ideas and tools together for better accounting services.

You’ll probably never come to this conference. You’re the entrepreneur. You’re the one that pays other people to do the accounting for your company. So why does this matter?

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How to Hire The Best Tax Accountant for 2018

BY Eddy Hood ON Oct 24, 2018

When I got my degree in accounting 10,000 years ago, I was naive to the industry. I thought that all accountants were the same.

Not true.

When you're trying to find the best tax accountant for your business, you don't want to hire a dud.
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CFO Tips: How to Open a Second Location

BY Eddy Hood IN cfo services ON Oct 10, 2018

When I was first getting started in accounting, I worked for a homebuilder. Our entire staff was located under one roof and the company decided to open a second location about 40 miles away.

It didn't go well.

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7 Steps to Achieve Profitable Goals

BY Eddy Hood ON Sep 25, 2018

You've tasked your entire leadership team with one goal this quarter: to create the most amazing HR manual ever! You're not sure why you're doing it, but large companies have one so you should to, right?!

After several meetings, 12 different drafts, and a few late nights Googling the legal prose, you step back and look at your creation, a binder full of responses to every HR situation imaginable.

You did it.

Your team accomplished something, but did your hard work make you more profitable?

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Virtual CFO Services 101: Costs, Benefits & Drawbacks

BY Eddy Hood IN cfo services ON Sep 6, 2018

To everything there is a season. There's a time to weep and a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance, a time to hire a CFO and a time to avoid one like the plague. Your business does need a CFO, but at the right time and with the right parameters. In this article, I'm going to cover what you need to know about virtual CFO services before you make the move.

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A Calm CEO is a Clear CEO: How to Master Your Brain

BY Eddy Hood IN inspiration ON Aug 23, 2018

Photo by Eye for Ebony on Unsplash

The success of your organization is entirely dependent on your psychology as the CEO. If your psychology is poor, your business will be poor.  In this article, we're going to explore how your brain is ultimately at the root of most successes and failures within your organization.  

One of my early clients, we won't name names, had poor psychology and his business suffered from it every day. I remember attending meetings with him and his team on a weekly basis and feeling very uncomfortable with his remarks. He would often say things like:

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ACCOUNTING VS. FINANCE: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?

BY Eddy Hood IN Small Business Accounting ON Aug 21, 2018

 

As your business evolves, there will come a point in time when you need to hire an expert to help you with money management. So, who do you turn do? Should you hire an accountant or a financial planner?

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Small Business Cost Management Strategies

BY Eddy Hood IN cfo services ON Mar 13, 2018

 

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Ready to Make the Switch to CFO Services? Hire a Virtual Accounting Firm

BY Eddy Hood IN cfo services ON Mar 6, 2018

 

 

Ready to leverage the support of a CFO without the price-tag of a costly in-house executive? Then it's time to make the switch to CFO services so you can gain professional insight on how to grow your business when you need it, but at a fraction of the cost.

 

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Is it Possible to Run Your Small Business Without a CFO?

BY Eddy Hood IN cfo services ON Feb 27, 2018

Many small business owners are reluctant to hire a business advisor and we get where they’re coming from. But is it realistic to take on the role of a CFO in addition to all the other responsibilities you have as a small business owner? For some, the answer will be yes, depending on their professional backgrounds and the amount of support they have in other areas of the company.

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