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by Michael Burdick, on Dec 28, 2017

Selling your company — or buying one — involves digging up the skeletons of a poorly managed balanced sheet. In the earliest stages of a startup, it’s not uncommon for …

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Topics:Advice

by Michael Burdick, on Dec 22, 2017

It’s almost 2018. As you look back on the year, what promises did you make yourself, your employees, and your customers? We’re finally going to track all our top metrics …

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Topics:Running your business

by Michael Burdick, on Dec 21, 2017

Companies all over the world are scrambling during the last few weeks and months of the year to review and understand what their financial, marketing, customer, [insert multitude of other …

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Topics:Financial Planning & Analysis

by Laura Bauml, on Dec 14, 2017

As a freelancer, your profile—whether on LinkedIn, your website, or the freelance marketplaces you work with—plays a crucial role in building trust with potential clients and positioning yourself as the …

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Topics:Freelance toolkit

by A Team of Paro's Tax Experts, on Dec 12, 2017

Before moving full steam ahead into tax season, it's important to understand how your company's legal structure can impact your taxes. Guidelines vary significantly, but here are a few to get …

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Topics:Taxes

by Faith Hutchinson, on Dec 7, 2017

A statement of work (SOW) is an imperative starting point for a successful project or an ongoing client engagement. I write SOWs for pretty much any project that I start, …

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Topics:Freelance toolkit

by A Team of Paro's Tax Experts, on Dec 6, 2017

Before you tackle taxes, get the right financial team in place The strength of your company’s financial strategy begins at the top with executive management, but without a cohesive team of …

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Topics:Taxes

by Gerard Vibar, on Dec 4, 2017

Welcome to Part 5 of our “Does My Business Need…” series, where we break through financial gobbledigook to help you figure out your business’s needs. Jargon out, simplicity in. Other articles …

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Topics:Accounting