Monthly Archives: September 2014

SBIR Pre-award Accounting System Survey

If you’re curious about pre-award surveys, chances are that you are on the verge of getting a new federal award, or DCAA is catching up with you on prior work. To determine the adequacy of your accounting system, click on … Continue reading

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We don’t have time to do it right, but we have time to do it twice…

Two former colleagues of mine explained their perspective of the hamster wheel of managing business. “We never have time to solve problems, but we always have time to react to problems by making the same mistakes over and over.”   … Continue reading

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Save Taxes by Avoiding the Sole Proprietorship

Sole proprietorships are the most popular business organization structure. Why? The most common answer appears to be “it’s easy” or “it’s cheap.” While these two statements are true, the reality is that ease and cost put your assets (and viability) … Continue reading

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