Should I Extend Credit To My North Georgia Customers?

Before I get into the slippery slope I'm referring to in the title of this post, how are things for you these days? How's business going?I'd love to hear an update on your business ... so click the email button in the upper-right of the site here, and send me a note...

Tax Paperwork Checklist

These days, I'm often glad that it's our busy tax filing season, so that I have an easy excuse when political conversations are happening: Oh THAT [crazy new political story]? Huh, didn't see it -- I'm too busy with tax season. With all of the chaos out there, the...

Lemonade Stands And A New Selling Strategy For North Georgia Businesses

We're turning the corner into the holidays, and it's a massive selling opportunity for your North Georgia business ... if you use it.But I'm not referring merely to holiday promotions. Those are almost to be expected at this point.What I have for you today is a story...

The Advantage a C Corporation Holds for North Georgia Businesses

Now that 2018 extended returns for businesses are truly put to bed now, we can turn our gimlet eye on 2019.And one thing that might be worth discussing is your operating entity.A quick rundown on business structures is never bad, ESPECIALLY when tax laws change and...

ASA Accounting & Tax Services’s Tips on Turning One-Time Buyers into Repeat Customers

In your North Georgia business, you're shooting for one thing whether you realize it or not: customer loyalty.Seeking out new customers is an arduous task in itself, but keeping them satisfied is another beast that you should take seriously. Why is it so important to...

Effective Meetings Guidelines For North Georgia Companies Looking For Efficiency

Well, I don't want to alarm you but the chances are good that we DON'T have to meet anytime in the next couple weeks, as we move towards tax season.(That is, unless something has changed with your North Georgia business, and you need our help. Give us a call: (770)...

3 Important Questions For North Georgia Small Business Owners To Answer In 2018

Now that we are into the first full work week of 2018, how are you feeling about your direction? We're here, and we're in your corner. I'd love a note from you about what you are hoping to accomplish during this year, and how we can be a resource to you as you do. As...

The Most Likely Reasons Why Small Businesses Fail In North Georgia

It's always been hard-scrapping for small business owners in North Georgia. We've all heard the old adage: At least 85% and maybe as high as 98% of new small businesses fail before they hit the five year mark. That rate may have been even higher over the past decade....

Influence and Leadership In The Digital Age by Curtis Collins

Here's a truth that some North Georgia entrepreneur-types HATE to acknowledge: uptight accountants are a useful bunch.One of the things we really like, btw, is getting AHEAD of the game for our North Georgia clients.Which, regardless of your entity structure, means...

The Three Kinds of Customers For North Georgia Businesses

Bar none, the most important asset in your North Georgia business is your client and customer list. This is even true if you are in a "capital-intensive" business with significant material assets. In fact, I'd be very interested to hear someone make a strong case that...

How You’re Missing Legal Tax Deductions

Here’s a certain truth: the State and Federal Government would love to have more of your hard-earned money in their accounts. Sure, even though it’s painful, none of us begrudge paying our legal and fair share of taxes.

But the problem is that regular taxpayers, like you, are missing out on legal and safe deductions, to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars in unclaimed refunds every year!