Entries tagged "guest post"

Feb
9
2017
Fraud is a serious problem for business owners, one that can set your company back hundreds of thousands of dollars. To help you learn about common types of business fraud, we’ve asked fraud investigator Scott Rebein of SFR Consulting and Advisory to share his experiences... MORE
Mar
23
2016
When you are first setting up your business, you are making a lot of decisions. One of the most important is what legal structure you should use. We asked small business attorney Debra S. Friedman of Freedman & Friedman, LLC in Olney, Maryland, to provide... MORE
Feb
10
2016
The Internet has become ubiquitous, it is part of almost everything we do. We go online to make restaurant reservations, connect with old friends and new colleagues, share pictures, and search for jobs and services. But some small businesses still don’t have a web presence.... MORE
Dec
31
2015
Your Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is often responsible for the administration of your corporate insurance. But in order for them to be effective, they need to have the right broker. The right broker will not only help your CFO address the company’s known insurance needs, they... MORE
Jan
8
2015
Have you ever signed a contract without reviewing the fine print, or misunderstood the rigidity of something you thought was negotiable? Disputes over contracts are more common than we think, especially in the business world. In this blog post, we've invited a specialist to walk you through an... MORE
With Careful Planned Guidelines, Volunteers Are a Boon for Business
When starting a business, many entrepreneurs lean on volunteers to... MORE
Who Is YOUR Customer? Understand Who Your Customer Is to Provide Great Customer Service
The team at Quincy CFO was recently treated to a... MORE
Six Good Ideas for Closing your Books Each Month
When speaking with potential clients, one of the items we... MORE
How I Shake Off those Pesky Work Doldrums
We all reach our stopping point at some time –... MORE
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