Pull Yourself Out of the Work Zone and into Your CPA’s Office By Judy Heft

Pull Yourself Out of the Work Zone and into Your CPA’s Office

Despite the warm temperatures, if you look closely, you'll see that some of the leaves are beginning to change colors and some are even falling. Soon, the air will catch up and cool down. With Labor Day over and the school busses on the streets, I'm thinking about fall and… Continue Reading..
Separation of Business and Personal By Judy Heft

Separation of Business and Personal

A lot of new business owners commingle their personal finances with those of their businesses. That's okay...if you're a bookkeeper. If you’re not keeping categories and reconciling your bank accounts, it may prove difficult. A lot of stakeholders in businesses — both startups and companies that have been in business… Continue Reading..

How To Be Prepared For Your Tax Preparer

Soon you will have the information you need to file your taxes, it’s time to be proactive and get things done! Showing up at your accountant’s office on April 14th with a shoebox full of receipts is not going to do you any favors - in fact, it could cost you… Continue Reading..

Positive Examples Of Powerful Women

One of the common threads I see across every segment of society is the dilemma of the less-monied spouse. That means one spouse, usually the woman, is dependent on her husband for basic needs like food and shelter. What’s worse, she often lacks the resources to move out on her… Continue Reading..

Start Your Taxes Now And Be Done In January

The days are getting shorter as your accountant savors the last few months of peace before the End-of-Year rush revs into gear. You like your accountant, why not make his or her job easier? I’ve put together a list of some of the things you should be thinking about before… Continue Reading..

Identity Theft on Campus

20% of identity thefts are friendly fraud. Fraud done by people you know. College students are especially at risk because of the social nature of living in dorms. It’s not uncommon for students to let someone else borrow a laptop - and they rarely, if ever, create a second user… Continue Reading..

The Duty of a Financial Concierge

My role as a financial concierge is more than just paying bills and balancing checkbooks. I look out for my clients’ best interests in a broad sense, going above and beyond to advocate on their behalf. Paying attention to detail It happens: bills go unpaid. People may neglect their bills… Continue Reading..