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The Second Quarter is the Time for Business Growth

April 25, 2024

The first quarter is a very busy time of year for those of us in the accounting world. It is well known that tax accountants are overextended and up to their eyeballs in preparing and filing income tax returns for their clients from January until…

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What Is A Virtual CFO And Does My Business Need One?

February 18, 2021

Your Washington D.C.-based business is growing. Customers are buying what you’re selling. You should be ecstatic, but you can’t sleep at night. You feel like the business is out of control. Things should be rosy, but instead, it feels strained. You’re confused by the reports…

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CFOs, CPAs, and Bookkeepers: Getting the Right Kind of Financial Help

February 10, 2021

Below is a recent conversation I had with one of our long-term, entrepreneurial clients: Client: So, one of my friends has just found out that the individual managing the finance and accounting operation for her organization made several pretty significant oversights. She asked me for…

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What Has Gone Right in 2020

December 22, 2020

2020 hasn’t gone the way anyone expected, giving everyone plenty of reasons to worry and fret. But I thought it might be good to focus on the positive rather than the negative for this year-end blog. We could all use more of the former and…

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Expressing Our Gratitude in 2020

November 30, 2020

Well, 2020 hasn’t gone the way anyone predicted. But for that reason, I think it’s all the more important to remember the things that have gone well. Here at KBS CFO, some things haven’t worked out, but many things have gone right this year. The…