Since I became involved in accounting for assisted living facilities and adult daycare centers, I have had the opportunity to learn a lot about financial management. I have had the privilege of helping dozens of clients start, grow, and sell their facility businesses, too. I’m sure that I learned most of what I know from the mistakes that I made. Tuition is what I call costly mistakes. Lessons that come with a price. Many of my clients have made mistakes, too. I see them every day. But I also get to see great ideas and best practices. In this post, I want to share with you a list of the biggest mistakes and the corresponding best practices in financial management by small and large assisted living facilities and adult daycare centers providers.
Many accountants are witnessing health care providers who are experiencing significant financial hardships in the COVID-19 pandemic. Congress provided $175 billion in relief funds to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to deliver financial relief to hospitals and other health care providers, including those on the front lines of the coronavirus response. Since March, HHS, through the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), has been distributing the funds to various providers in phases to support their increased healthcare-related expenses or lost revenue that is attributable to COVID-19 and to reimburse claims for the testing and treatment of uninsured individuals diagnosed with COVID-19.
Accounting explained is a short blog is no easy task. What is accounting and why is it so important for small businesses?
Accountants and accounting and tax services in Miami do their best to keep clients informed of best accounting practices. Accounting is the process of recording financial transactions pertaining to a business. The accounting process includes summarizing, analyzing, and reporting these transactions to oversight agencies, regulators, and tax collection entities.
Restrictions due to COVID-19 Virus and the rise of e-commerce has forced many small business owners to close their brick and mortar stores and sell online. If you know what it takes for an online store to be profitable, you can keep existing clients and attract new ones. As accountants, we have assisted many client transitions to an Online E-Commerce store. We will share with you our seven-step approach to help you transition from a physical store to a profitable online store.
The reasons why a company needs an accountant are lots and the next are a few of them. A lot of businesses go through bankruptcy due to improper accounting practices. An accountant performs an important function in a corporation since money administration is certainly one of their key roles in addition to keeping proper accounting records for every activity.
Accounting to a non-financial person can be a mammoth task according to Accountants in Miami, CPA. Wading through invoices, bank statements amongst other duties can be quite tasking especially for small business owners who have a lot of other things to do. Even businesses that have an in-house accounting team still need to manage the functions of the accounting team to ensure they meet the business objectives at a minimal cost.
As an outsourced Accountant you can provide the professional competence necessary to ensure reliable financial statements for management and lenders.