As a small business owner, there is a constant battle going on for your time and attention.   There are immediate needs and long term goals; outside vendors and customers and your team; networking and business relationship development….not to mention your family and your personal life!...

In yesterday’s blog post we reviewed what your “books” are and exactly why your business cannot thrive without an accurate and up-to-date set. We ended with a question regarding the different relationship your bookkeeper and accountant have with that same set of books. To start, think...

Ever wish you had a CFO in your restaurant to help you run the business? If you’re a restaurant owner, you most likely know the drill of making sure you have enough cash to cover payroll, sales tax and rent. Maybe you finally had a killer...

In this Two Roads Tip, Bill Piper warns small businesses about the three profit thieves we see most often in the accounts of new clients we onboard. 1. Redundant Expenses Redundant expenses happen when anyone switches over services (like Internet providers or cell phone carriers) without canceling...

Hiring a professional bookkeeper is the easiest, most profitable way to gauge how well your company is operating while continuing to grow your business. However, not all bookkeepers are the same and the one you hire can be the difference between success and struggle. So,...