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Keeping a healthy credit score.

  • February 6, 2019

Your business credit score is just as important to your business as your individual credit score is to your personal life. Business credit is calculated through what’s called the Paydex score which is maintained by Dun & Bradstreet (D&B). Through…

Yes, it is Superbowl weekend!

  • January 31, 2019

As tax time is looming and year end housekeeping is somewhat behind us, it is time to breathe in and out and relax. Many of us here at Expex watch football and one particular lead programmer, who shall remain nameless…

Are you ready for 2019?

  • December 12, 2018

Many small businesses are viewing 2018 with an eye towards 2019. What have we done well and where can we do better? These questions apply to so many aspects of a small business. Sales and Marketing Your business will not…

Need a hand? Meet Carly.

  • October 10, 2018

Running a small to medium sized business can be rewarding and challenging.  We understand. Daily struggles and tasks. Every day we speak with small to medium sized business owners who struggle to capture more time in the day. Often, these…

What can you see?

  • June 1, 2018

Accounting visibility.  Have you heard the term? Technology can get a bad rap.  Some think technology will replace people, and heaven forbid, artificial intelligence! Well it is what it is, and it is coming to your business.  Technology doesn’t replace…

Are you a veterinarian running a small practice?

  • May 30, 2018

Often, we think of small business owners only traditional businesses such as service businesses, IT companies and perhaps trade companies like plumbers and pest control firms.  We came across this great article on Veterinarian’s Money Digest, published on May 26,…

What is the financial health status of your business?

  • March 6, 2018

Many businesses operate partially in the ‘financial dark’. They obtain new clients, pay their bills, collect receivables and assume the business is healthy.  Once a year, they meet with their accountant and review their financial statements and performance and often…

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