Creating Clarity in a Confusing World

The world we operate in has changed. Business owners are attempting to understand and follow the new rules to keep customers and staff safe and calm. Employees and employers are striving to financially stay afloat.


Change has been a constant the last few months. Being forced to stay home, forced to wear a mask and forced to limit contact are not my choices. It only creates frustration and anger.

Acres of Diamonds – A story of Opportunity

As life is changing. There is a lot of negative, scarcity thinking is out there in the media. How we see our life is a matter of perspective. It reminded me of a story I heard many years ago.

Life is Strange

This has been the strangest tax season that I have ever encountered and it is taken it’s toll on me. Normally January thru April is a work marathon. My mindset is taxes during this time. We focus on what needs to be done each day. We keep doing that until all is done.

Recovering From Tough Financial Times

Being a small business owner is a constant challenge. We always have too much or too little of something – money, time, staff, customers, space, product, etc.

Shaken Not Stirred

My life has definitely been shaken! Over the last few weeks, we have been avoiding a deadly virus, ordered to stay home, practicing social distancing and experiencing a total disruption of work.

Five Areas to Improve the Bottom Line

Whether you are starting a business or working to become financially sound, the fastest way to improve your bottom line is focusing on your top line. Here are five areas to look at;

Look for the Rainbow

I booked my ticket to Africa last month! Business class from New York to Nairobi for this fall. The 14-hour flight with two boys who can’t sit still is torture. We are off to another African safari and a taste of another culture.

What to Keep to Support Your Business Tax Deductions

The fact that you as a business owner have a receipt or can prove that you incurred an expense does not by itself make it tax deductible. Only business expenses that are ordinary, necessary and reasonable in amount are tax deductible

Corporate Minutes – Who Needs Them?

Life zooms by. Decisions are made, acted upon and forgotten - like the seasons spring, summer, fall and winter.

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