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  • Four Fateful Wounds We Find in Finance and Accounting

    Four Fateful Wounds We Find in Finance and Accounting Whoever said that “time heals all wounds” must not have been in business! We find that most “wounds” in business, if not treated promptly, just get worse over time. At Fahrenheit, we spend a lot of our time working with middle market organizations on accounting and finance matters, and we see a lot of “wounds” in those areas. Sometimes they…Read More
  • Top HR Posts of 2020: Returning to the Workplace Advice for Employers

    Top HR Posts of 2020: Returning to the Workplace Advice for Employers As employees begin to return to the office on the road to recovery in these challenging COVID times, we wanted to reshare a few of our top-performing and relevant articles of 2020 that we feel will be helpful to employers and employees. These three articles, written by Nathan Duet, HR expert and Fahrenheit Managing Director, were shared within the Insights…Read More
  • 6 New PPP Loan Forgiveness Updates

    6 New PPP Loan Forgiveness Updates It has been awhile since we updated our clients and friends about the Payroll Protection Program (PPP). New applications were not accepted after August 8, 2020, most earlier loan recipients completed their 8-week covered period over the summer, and the pace of revisions to the program finally slowed down. As a result, there was not a lot new to talk…Read More
  • Avoid These 5 Common Accounting Software Mistakes

    Avoid These 5 Common Accounting Software Mistakes No company can afford to operate without the right accounting software. When considering whether to buy a new product or upgrade their current solutions, however, business owners often fall prey to some common mistakes. Here are five gaffes to avoid: 1) Relying on a generic solution Some companies rush into buying an accounting system without stopping to consider all their…Read More
  • CEOs of Growing Businesses Find Relief When Engaging an Experienced Fractional CFO

    CEOs of Growing Businesses Find Relief When Engaging an Experienced Fractional CFO If you are the leader of a business without a full-time CFO, ask yourself these questions: Do I spend too much time analyzing my financials myself? Do I need to free up time for areas of my business where I add the most value? Do I need to maximize cash and have a better handle on my cash flows? Do…Read More