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Frantz Pierre-Louis’ Small Business Cash Flow Controls

... cash flow.Shoot, this is even true for any nonprofit of any kind of substance.And yes, my meticulous accountant's brain is kicked into high gear in this response, but you need somebody in your corner who is thinking about these things, or your Long Island business...

Strategizing Your Long Island Business’s Cash Flow Plan For 2019

2018 is FINALLY over, and we have a brand new year ahead of us ... and it feels pretty great. The year ahead is full of possibilities for your Long Island business, and we are so privileged to walk alongside you in the financial aspects of these possibilities.And...

A Long Island Business Owner’s Holiday Prayer

Here we are, smack in the middle of the Long Island holiday season, and not only is the federal government shut down for the foreseeable future, but the political and cultural logjams are becoming ever more entrenched.At least we have these holidays.But then I realize...

Why Long Island Business Owners Should Excel in Year-End Giving

I wrote something similar to what I'm about to offer you today for our individual/family clients recently, but it occurred to me this morning that YOU, as a successful Long Island business owner, might especially benefit from the perspective that I'd like to offer...

Key Year-End Tax Moves Businesses Should Consider

There are so many things for business ownersto consider at the end of the year. From year-end profitability analysis, to staff bonuses, to marketing initiatives to capture year-end spending ... do not neglect this wonderful opportunity for the calendar to work in your...

Leading Through Change In Your Small-To-Mid Sized Business

Goodness gracious, has there ever been change this year. I'm mostly referring to all of the new regulations in the tax code: the fact that strategies that "used to work" to reduce our clients' tax burdens might not work in the same way as they did in the past.Politics...

Frantz Pierre-Louis’ Five Reasons You’re In Debt

I'm going to risk being a bit blunt here.That said, I'll apologize ahead of time for those of you in truly tragic financial circumstances. I'm referring to events, completely out of control, which wreck your balance sheets. Like a medical emergency, not covered by...