Monthly Archive
for: ‘July, 2011’

Entrepreneur Wants a CPA In Miami

CPA – Accountant:      The few listed tips might be of interest when employing a bookkeeper, CPA or Accountant.   Want to find a CPA in Miami? A great CPA or Accountant will have a solid understanding concerning general accepted accounting practices (GAAP) and also the flow of transactions of your particular company. Additionally, a specific […]

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Medicare Provider Instructions For Credit Balance Reporting

Accountant Miami: All providers of health care services participating in the Medicare program are required to submit a Medicare Credit Balance Report (form HCFA-838). A completed HCFA-838 is to be submitted on a quarterly basis. Section 1866 (a) (1) (C) of the Social Security Act requires hospitals and other health care providers participating in the […]

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71 Legit Ways To Earn Extra Money

Accountant Miami 1. Bank for Profit– Many banks, online and offline offer cash incentives for opening a new account (anywhere from $25 to over $100). Take advantage of these offers, and turn banking into a more lucrative experience. 2. Recycle – Your trash can or cluttered garage could be yet another source for money. Aluminum, […]

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Miami Small Business – 10 Tips for Turning around Flagging Sales and Boosting your Revenues

Gustavo A Viera Miami Accountant: If your sales are struggling and revenues are falling, it’s essential to conduct a full review of your small business to understand where things have gone wrong and where the opportunity lies for turning things around. This is, of course, easier said than done when you are living and breathing this […]

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Starting a Business: Advice from the Trenches

Gustavo A Viera Accountant Miami: If you’re like thousands of other creative people out there, at one point in time you’ve considered starting your own small business. Unlike most, you’ve gone against common sense and decided to open shop for yourself. And not just freelance full-time, mind you, but file for the company name, get […]

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Does Your Tax Refund Seem To Good To Be True?

Accountant Miami: The Internal Revenue Service is urging taxpayers to guard against being misled by unscrupulous individuals (usually non licensed Accountants or Bookkeepers) trying to persuade them to file false claims for tax credits or rebates. The IRS has noted an increase in tax return related scams, frequently involving unsuspecting taxpayers who normally do not […]

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Selling Your Company

As a Miami Accountant, I’m oftemn approached with conversation about selling a company. I will kick off the conversation by laying out the key issues in a company sale. I think the key issues for you, your investors, and your Board to consider when you are selling your company are:    Price   Consideration   Reps, Warranties, and Escrow   […]

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5 Things to Talk to Your Accountant About

  Accountant Miami: It’s probably a good idea for most small business owners to focus on the core of their business, such as selling fishing lures or designing websites, and use experts to help them in financial matters. According to the IRS, more than 90% of small businesses use accountants to prepare their tax returns, […]

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Tracking Your Expenses First Then Budget

Accountant Miami: One of the reasons budgets fail is because a crucial first (and ongoing) step is missed in the budgeting process: tracking your expenses. If you don’t know what your starting point is, then there’s little chance that you’ll be able to harness your cash flow to your benefit. Here are a few tips […]

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Selecting a Small Business Accountant

Many small business owners do their finances and taxes on their own, so you may ask: why should I find an accountant? The reason: no matter what stage your small business is in, you can benefit from having an accountant on your side. Why Hire an Accountant? Accountants often do more than prepare tax forms […]

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