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Four skills you need to succeed in a career at sea

Choosing a career at sea is not something that you should dive into without doing your research first. It is a different way of life and therefore different skills are needed. You may have studied hard at school or university; alternatively you may have a very impressive CV. These things will all stand you in good stead; however, a career at sea is not your run-of-the-mill job and there are certain niche skills that you will need. Problem solving ... [Continue Reading]

How To Get An Awesome Job In Engineering

Credit Do you feel your current employment solution keeps bringing you down? Are you spending more than seven hours each day out of the house for little more than the minimum wage? Then retraining to become an engineer could be exactly what you’ve been looking for. There are plenty of well-paid jobs available in this industry, and most of them are easy to come by if you have the right qualifications, and you show willing. With that in mind,... [Continue Reading]

How Entrepreneurs Could Impress on Dragon's Den

If you’ve ever watched Dragon’s Den, starring the likes of Kelly Hoppen, Deborah Meaden, and other smart multimillionaires; you’ll know that it’s an extremely nerve wracking experience...definitely not for the faint hearted. However, if you’ve got a product that you believe in, it could be worth getting yourself on screen for a chance of investment and the best marketing help out there. Here’s how entrepreneurs could... [Continue Reading]

Common Tax Issues That Small Business Owners Face

Around tax time, Uncle Sam often hits small businesses the hardest. One of the biggest reasons why small businesses are hit so hard is because many of the tax laws and structures are difficult to navigate, which leaves bootstrap companies in the lurch. When it comes to small business accounting, it is important to not only know how to navigate the waters of tax law – you also want to be aware of some of the common problems that small businesses... [Continue Reading]

Finding the Best Car Insurance Deal for a Student

The past few years has not been very fair on students and their families. Student maintenance loans have been decreased while student fees have increased. The cost of living has risen across the board and jobs are scarce. Not only that, but EU legislation has seen to it that the cost of car insurance has risen for women in particular and for young people in general. It seems as though it’s never been more financially difficult to be a student. ... [Continue Reading]

5 Helpful Accounting Tips for Startups

When you have a start-up business, you want to make sure that you do all that you can in order to make sure that your company offers a great product, provides impeccable customer service and perhaps, most importantly, earns a profit. Especially since according to many reports, nearly half of all new businesses close their doors within the first five years of opening them. Well, when it comes to keeping your finances in order, one of the main things... [Continue Reading]

5 Helpful Accounting Tips for Startups

When you have a start-up business, you want to make sure that you do all that you can in order to make sure that your company offers a great product, provides impeccable customer service and perhaps, most importantly, earns a profit. Especially since according to many reports, nearly half of all new businesses close their doors within the first five years of opening them. Well, when it comes to keeping your finances in order, one of the main things... [Continue Reading]

Is Debt Settlement a Viable Debt Relief Strategy?

Many Americans are struggling with large amounts of credit card debt. According to NerdWallet the average American household has over $7,000 outstanding on their cards and that amount increases to over $15,000 if you only look at indebted households. Not being able to pay your bills for one month can send you into a bad downward debt spiral that may seem impossible to escape. If you have more debt than you can pay back, debt settlement may be an option... [Continue Reading]

Important Tax Tips

Tax time can be a stressful experience for anyone. A careful attention to detail as well as proper planning helps relieve some of hassle that accompanies this thorny issue. Following the right steps ensures fewer potential difficulties throughout the entire process.  Arrange All Necessary Materials Before Preparation Arrange everything needed to correctly prepare taxes beforehand. Common forms include W2s and the 1099 form. Other additional... [Continue Reading]

5 Ways to Streamline Payroll Management for Your Business

If you’re someone who happens to run your own business, then you already know that it comes with a lot of demands. You have to make sure that you provide great products and/or services. You have to keep your website and social media accounts updated. You have to do all that you can to keep your customers satisfied. If you have a staff, you have to provide them with what they need in order to be productive. And, you also have to make sure that... [Continue Reading]

5 Small Business Accounting Tips to Prepare for a Financial Audit

You don’t need to have your masters in accounting to know when your small business is about to be hit with an audit. When it comes down to it, the IRS will surely let you know when they are about to storm your offices and invade your books. It can be an invasive experience, but it can really help if you are prepared. Preparing for a financial audit is a little bit like preparing your business for a potential financial tsunami. If you don’t... [Continue Reading]

Accounting & Tax News

Dispositions of property get automatic accounting method change procedures
The IRS on Thursday issued Rev. Proc. 2014-54, providing procedures for taxpayers to obtain automatic consent to accounting method changes involving dispositions of tangible depreciable property. The guidance outlines how taxpayers may obtain the ...

St. Mary's offering new accounting/data analytics degree
The St. Mary's University Greehey School of Business formed a new bachelor of business administration degree program in accounting and data analytics that is designed to prepare more students for careers as data analysts. The new bachelor's degree ...

Art of Accounting: The Background to Saving a Business
In my previous two columns I wrote about how I rescued a business that was in danger of closing because of unpaid taxes (see Art of Accounting: To Save a Business, Plan the Details and Art of Accounting: Saving a Business). After writing those two ...

Child welfare audit finds problems with contractors, 'sloppy' accounting
A state audit of the money being collected and spent by the Nebraska child welfare system shows “sloppy” accounting and “very poor” fiscal controls over contractors. State Auditor Mike Foley released the audit Friday that looked at 2013 financial ...

Allentown audit OKs water, sewer lease accounting
An audit of Allentown's 2013 spending showed that city officials properly accounted for money from the city's water and sewer lease, but several repeated accounting issues were noted. The audit, known as the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, was ...

Penn West Jumps as Goals Kept After Accounting Review
“The accounting situation does not appear to be as bad as first anticipated,” Kyle Preston, an analyst at National Bank Financial in Calgary, wrote in a note today. “The pending litigation remains an uncertainty and will likely continue to weigh on the ...

New accounting norms may impact shareholder interest
MUMBAI: India Inc is gearing up for transition towards a new set of accounting standards (Ind-AS) for preparing financial statements even though it awaits clarity on some aspects of the new rules. It is still unclear whether Ind-AS will have to be ...

Missing Money: Uncle Sam's Accounting is Suspect
For some time now, the Government of the United States has been effectively checking through their couch for loose change. Anything helps, even if the debt owed is a staggering $17 trillion. Not only is the United States continuing to spend quite ...

Steeple Accounting Services helps churches keep the books
Green ledger sheets from the pre-digital era were the tinder for Mary Lou Turnbull's fiery love for accounting, which eventually led to her life's mission—keeping churches out of financial trouble. “My Dad did books in the back to take care of the ...

PwC accounting firm plans 50-person DM office within two years
Global accounting firm PwC US, formerly known as PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, will continue to expand its Des Moines office rapidly. PwC, which opened a Des Moines office in Hub Tower two years ago, has doubled its employment to 25 full-time positions ...

M3 Accounting + Analytics Launches M3 Professional Services
M3 Accounting + Analytics, the industry leader in hospitality accounting and analytics software, is pleased to announce its latest service concept offering to hoteliers, a new division of the business to be known as M3 Professional Services (M3PS ...

Penn West petroleum issues Results of Internal Review of Accounting Practices
During 2014, before the accounting practices that led to the Review were brought to the new CFO's attention, the company said it began an unrelated restructuring of its accounting and finance departments. As a result of that restructuring, the senior ...

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