When it comes to natural disasters, the unfortunate truth is that many businesses don’t consider what they need to do in order to be prepared until they’re faced with an impending dangerous situation. Or even worse—many businesses don’t consider disaster preparedness until they are facing disaster recovery. The best way to position your business to ride out a natural disaster is to prepare ahead of time. But, natural disasters likely aren’t part of your daily business conversations and strategy. So, in the midst of all of the other pressures facing your company’s daily operations, how can you effectively consider how to position your company to weather a literal storm?
In this episode, Kevin Wang, CPA CGFM and Dana Canterbury, CPA join Kim and Paul to discuss the basics of the revolutionary blockchain technology.
Kim and Paul host David Salters to uncover how businesses can find the right employees with the right skills for their companies in today’s tough job market.
Kim Hartsock and Paul Perry sit down with Hobie Frady, CPA to discuss the government contracting industry, its challenges, opportunities and what the future may hold for these businesses.
Kim Hartsock and Paul Perry to discuss common misconceptions about the Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit and what it could mean for your company.
Kim Hartsock and Paul Perry sit down with Justin Headley, CISSP, CISA and Amy Williams to discuss how you can protect your company from a cyberattack.
In this episode of The Wrap, William Dow, CPA and Katye Coats, CPA sit down with Kim and Paul to discuss how businesses were impacted by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, what businesses should consider in light of tax reform and tips for business owners as they look to tax planning for 2020.
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Hanny Akl joins Paul and Kim to discuss the increase in transactions, advise business owners how to vet potential buyers and weigh in on the best way determine if it’s the right move for your company.