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How an Accounting Firm in Boise Meets their Clients’ Needs

How an Accounting Firm in Boise Meets their Clients’ Needs

The team here at JTC makes up the accounting firm in Boise that strives their very best to help clients every day. Constantly, efforts are made to review client accountants and ensure they meet their needs. It is essential that each experience is received well,...

Why do You Need Construction Bookkeeping Services?

Why do You Need Construction Bookkeeping Services?

Getting the bookkeeping done at the end of every month is a time-consuming task. For your construction company, there are no exceptions. Is your current tax accountant in Boise ready to take on this task and make sure attention is paid to the details? Focusing on your...

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How does one perform bookkeeping for a rental property?

How does one perform bookkeeping for a rental property?

As a small business owner, you may own real estate in addition to your business. Taking care of your real estate investments may require minimal effort, but attention should be paid to your bookkeeping. You may have even asked yourself “where is a good bookkeeper near...

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Role of Remarketing in Small Business

Role of Remarketing in Small Business

In the world of advertising, there is a new “buzzword” going around. Targeting previous visitors of your website in marketing efforts, or “remarketing”, is proving to be an effective tactic in your marketing campaign. According to a survey by Mailchimp, “around 97% of...

Why is Bookkeeping so important for success in a small business?

Why is Bookkeeping so important for success in a small business?

According to Economic Innovation Group, 5.4 million new business startups were filed in 2021. However, statistics have shown that over 49% (lendingtree.com) of businesses are insolvent or bankrupt before their fifth year in operation. What factors into their failure,...

What Your Startup Needs to Focus On

What Your Startup Needs to Focus On

"It's not what you sell, it's how you sell it" once expressed by HubSpot’s CTO, Dharmesh Shah, is an invitation for startups to evaluate their strategy. In the small business world and especially with startups, it becomes easy to get caught up in minutia and forget...

What Team Leaders Can Learn from a Game of Football

What Team Leaders Can Learn from a Game of Football

John Madden is quoted as stating, “self-praise is for losers. Be a winner. Stand for something. Always have class, and be humble.” People who are involved in leadership work with a group of people, much like a football coach helps lead a football team on and off the...

Three Principles of Bookkeeping

Three Principles of Bookkeeping

Bookkeeping is an essential part of keeping a business organized. With proper bookkeeping practices, small business owners can efficiently manage cash flow and keep things running smoothly. Comparatively, bad practices can stunt a business from reaching its full...

Accrual Basis: The Case for Double-Entry Accounting

Accrual Basis: The Case for Double-Entry Accounting

Financial records have different methods of being kept, and two of the most common approaches are accrual and cash basis accounting. According to a study of small business owners done by Clutch.co, more than half (67%) “of small businesses… use the accrual basis...

Accounting in the Tech Industry

Accounting in the Tech Industry

As one of the fastest growing markets today, the technology industry is quickly changing the world around. In such a fast paced environment, small and medium businesses involved with technology need to have a firm grasp of financial concepts to maintain stability....

IRS Updates Policies Regarding Schedule K-2 and K-3 for 2021 Tax Year

IRS Updates Policies Regarding Schedule K-2 and K-3 for 2021 Tax Year

Business owners have been anxiously waiting for news updates for this year's tax returns, and the Schedule K-2 and K-3 are no exception. This new development may come as good news to certain business owners filing as partnership and S-corporations. The change...