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Do you need a strategic CFO?

Critical Questions to Consider: Does your company think Strategic? Do you know what it means to be Strategic? Have you thought about what you want your Company to look like in 5, 15, 30 years? Have you thought about what you want to be doing in 5, 15, 30 years? Do you want your company […]

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How To Get More Cash For Your Business In 2014

Ah, cash!  I love having cash in my business, don’t you?  I know it’s a cliché, but if you own a business, you know cash really is king.  It’s stressful when it’s tight, and people don’t really know what it’s like to worry about having to meet payroll or pay rent. So, here are a […]

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New 2013 Taxes You May Not Know About

It’s the start of a new year, and the next few months mean a lot of long hours for us.  Tax season 2014 has officially started…  As you prepare your taxes this year, or if you have your tax returns prepared by someone, you may notice a couple of tax changes that took effect in […]

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Was Your Business Profitable in 2013?

I cringe when I ask business owners how their business did for the year and they say “Well, I’ll know when my CPA does my tax return” or “Well, I have money in the checking account…”  Seriously?   That’s pretty sad. I was in training all day yesterday on business metrics and why you should track them.  […]

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Last Minute 2013 Tax Moves

Well, we are bearing down on December 31st, and in our world that means more than just holiday parties and gifts. To us, it’s the last chance for you to do any tax planning before year-end. Not to beat a dead horse, but if you wait until after year-end, your options become really limited. So, […]

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When Should a Company Hire a Fractional CFO (Part-Time CFO)?

Plain and simple, the best time is when a company needs to get the expertise needed at a fraction of the cost.  Most small companies have many of the same needs to that of a large business when it comes to the finance and accounting function.  The biggest difference is that they don’t need it […]

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2013 Taxes And Moves To Make Now

It’s no secret that Washington is having a hard time making a decision on what the 2013 tax rates will be. There are, however, a few changes we know will go into effect on January 1, 2013. These are already set and ready to go regardless of what Congress and the President end up doing. […]

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IMPORTANT Message From The Hultquist Firm

While the formal announcement of an exciting new addition to The Hultquist Group of Companies is not scheduled until the New Year, it seems timely to let you know about a powerful financial planning and investment advisory solution to be offered to our tax/consulting clients and their families. For years I have been frustrated with […]

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How To Reconcile Your Bank Account In Quickbooks

This video shows you how to reconcile your bank account in Quickbooks…

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Social Security Wage Base Increases for 2013

The Social Security Administration (SSA) has announced that the maximum amount of earnings subject to Social Security will be $113,700 for 2013, up from $110,100 for 2012. SSA also reported that the so-called “nanny tax” threshold remains at $1,800 for 2013. On October 19, Rep. Steny Hoyer, D-Md., House Minority Whip, urged Congress to consider […]

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