This article discusses what SIP trunking is and how it could potentially help your business grow. SIP trunking is essentially the ability to make or receive phone calls over the internet as long as both parties have a phone number. It is cheaper for most clients and can save money in the long haul for […]
It’s never too early to helps kids understand accounting – the concepts of earning and spending. Here are a few ways to teach your little ones about how money works and even have a little fun. Play Money Games One way to explain the principles is by playing games like Monopoly and The Game of […]
When it comes to tracking incoming sales and outgoing expenses, there are many ways businesses can keep up with their invoices and implement strategies to reduce the time they spend on unpaid sales. Accounts Receivable Turnover Ratio Simply defined, the accounts receivable turnover ratio is a way of showing what percent of a company’s receivables […]
Laws regarding retirement savings plans don’t change all that often or all that much. Occasionally, new regulations are issued mandating disclosures, but they go largely unnoticed – and inflation-adjusted contribution limits tend to inch up each year. However, there is one phenomenon that has been increasing over the past decade, and Congress is finally starting […]
The Congress at Work series of articles is designed to give you a glimpse of various types of legislation currently under consideration. While either the Senate or the House of Representatives may initiate a bill proposal, be aware that many bills never become law. They may never make it out of committee, be blocked by […]
According to an Aug. 13 press release from the office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR), there will be a 10 percent tariff levied against $300 billion of Chinese imports effective Sept. 1. The same press release announced a modification, after hearing from the public and business owners, exempting some of the $300 billion […]
If you have a relative who recently died and left you in charge of his or her finances, you are not alone. You probably have colleagues at work in the same boat. A neighbor or two (or 10) and even your millennial yoga teacher might very well be working through a quagmire of wills, probates […]
CJBS, LLC is pleased to announce the promotions of Ashley Lindstrom and Gabriela Ursu. Lindstrom joined the firm in 2018 and previously served as a senior accountant/associate. She now steps into the role of manager. Ursu moves from audit manager to senior audit manager. She has been with CJBS since 2013. “Ashley and Gabriela should […]
This article discusses daily tips that may be valuable for any businessperson. Some of the tips include going slowly, spending more time on recruitment, and not doing it for the money. To view this article, click HERE to access the original content.
This article discusses points that can help on your way to a successful family business. From recognizing the advantages of family ownership to treating every family member equally, these tips are valid and should be taken into consideration. To view this article, click HERE to access the original content.