When Do You Need A CPA To Do Your Taxes?

Posted on: 2 April 2019

If you've waited until the last minute—yet again—to complete your income tax return, you're not alone. But unfortunately, finding a tax professional to assist you at this late stage can sometimes be a challenge. Despite this, there are a few situations in which obtaining an extension and seeking out the services of a certified public accountant (CPA) is far preferable to going the do-it-yourself route. Read on for three situations in which it can make sense to enlist a CPA's tax prep help. [Read More]

What To Look For When Choosing An Accounts Receivable Management Company To Service Your Business

Posted on: 16 January 2019

Are you on the hunt to hire an accounts receivable management company to service your business? Here are a few things to look for when deciding which service provider to ultimately work with: Straightforward Policies and Procedures One important feature to look for when choosing an accounts receivable management company to hire to service your own business is straightforward policy and procedure guidelines. Without them, you won't know what to expect if a customer's payment is late or missed altogether, and you won't know when or how you can step in to make changes to your own policies and procedures while ensuring that they still comply with those of your accounts receivable team. [Read More]

Banking Industry Tips For Obtaining The Best Mortgage Rate When Refinancing

Posted on: 5 November 2018

If you obtained your home mortgage when your credit score was much lower, and the resulting interest rate was less than ideal, then now is a great time to refinance it and get a lower rate. In addition to lowering your interest rate, you may also be able to take out some of your built-up home equity to complete home improvement projects or pay off higher interest debts.  To obtain the lowest rate possible, follow these banking industry tips. [Read More]

3 Faqs When It Comes To Getting A Mortgage Loan

Posted on: 22 August 2018

If you are buying your first home, you will more than likely need to get a loan in order to make the purchase. When buying property, the type of loan you'll get is called a mortgage. Basically, this means you'll be putting your home up for collateral in order to secure the funds. If you've never gotten a mortgage loan before, you may have some questions. Here are the answers to three frequently asked questions when it comes to getting a mortgage loan. [Read More]