How to Classify Information on the Statement of Cash Flows

The statement of cash flows is arguably the most misunderstood and under-appreciated part of companies' annual reports. But it can also provide valuable insight to stakeholders who understand its uses and potential weaknesses. The guidance Read More

Kirsch CPA Group

Jun 24, 2023

Is Your Business Ready for Next Level Accounting Services?

In our latest guide, Next Level Accounting Services, you’ll learn the benefits of accounting services that do far more than prepare your taxes and balance the books – and how to recognize when you need Read More

Kirsch CPA Group

Dec 27, 2022

9 Cash-Flow Management Tips for Construction Companies

Construction business owners know that cash is king. However, managing cash flow in an industry known for its ebbs and flows isn't easy. And when you throw in the steady rise of inflation and ongoing Read More

Kirsch CPA Group

Oct 13, 2022

Find the Payroll Support You Need from Someone that Already Knows You

For many owners of small and mid-size businesses, taking care of your employees is the highest priority. Paying your team accurately, timely and without hassle is your expectation. For something that seems relatively straightforward, payroll Read More

Becky Byrd

Sep 28, 2022

5 Common Construction Accounting Risks — and How to Address Them

The primary focus of most contractors is to complete projects according to specifications, on time and on budget. For some construction businesses, accounting tasks that support jobs can take a backseat. Unfortunately, without accurate and Read More

Kirsch CPA Group

Jul 07, 2021

Using Cash Flow Forecasting to Avoid Problems & Grow Your Business

Every business owner knows the importance of cash flow. It’s what keeps the lights on and keeps things moving forward. But cash flow is not the same thing as your bank balance today vs. yesterday. Read More

Kirsch CPA Group

Apr 07, 2021

Nine Ways Contractors Can Maintain Healthy Cash Flow

Contractors trying to keep their construction companies financially healthy face two intrinsic challenges: the seasonal nature of construction work and the unpredictability of an invoice-based business. Both can disrupt cash flow and make collecting and paying Read More

Kirsch CPA Group

Mar 04, 2021

Forecasting Cash Flow for Valuation in COVID-19 Era

Business valuation is a prophecy of the future. That is, investors typically value a business based on its ability to generate future cash flow. The COVID-19 crisis has caused operations to change for many businesses, Read More

Kirsch CPA Group

Sep 03, 2020

Cash Flow Tip: Postpone Payment of Certain Federal Employer Payroll Taxes

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act includes an opportunity for employers to defer a portion of their payroll tax deposits.   The Benefit: Postponing certain tax deposits for up to two years Read More

Sue Schloemer

Apr 20, 2020

New Cash Flow Planning Tools for Ohio Businesses

As a response to the Coronavirus epidemic, Ohio has taken action to help employers conserve cash flow through the very uncertain times they are currently experiencing. Ohio Workers’ Compensation Premium Deferral Ohio is one of Read More

Diane Glover

Mar 25, 2020