Owning a company is like owning anything else: you love some aspects of it, and you despise others. We hear about the best and worst parts of ownership/leadership all the time, and everyone seems to agree that the worst part is managing accounting. (The best parts? Autonomy and office snacks, obviously.)
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Before Jody Padar joined her father’s Chicago-based CPA firm, the bulk of their work and focus was on helping clients with tax prep and filing. There was no innovation, and certainly no time to explore new growth opportunities for a small firm with limited options.
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If you're a nonprofit, you know better than anyone how your requirements and struggles are unique. At any given time, countless tasks demand your time, attention, and money—and that's on top of fundraisers and other charitable and social events.
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As a nonprofit organization, you’re required to record and report not only cash donations but in-kind contributions, too. Sound like a lot? That’s because it is!
In-kind gifts make up a majority of donations to nonprofits, and these charitable contributions no doubt keep a nonprofit functioning. That’s why they’re always welcome!
But recording them? That’s a different story.
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In a world where the average company uses at least five clouds at once to store data and information, SaaS businesses are in high demand.
SaaS—software as a service—companies host an application and then make it available for customers over the internet. Clients remotely access their data and information using the SaaS company's server.