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What Millennials Want

What Millennials Want

Many Millennials are now in the decision-making role when it comes to hiring (and firing) accounting firms. 

7 hours: How Document Management Saves Valuable Time

7 hours: How Document Management Saves Valuable Time

7 hours.

That’s how long employees spend each week searching and gathering information.

You Want to be the One Asking the Questions

You Want to be the One Asking the Questions

In early June, I was invited by one of Bill.com’s clients, Glenbrook Partners, LLC, to be its guest at the Financial Women of San Francisco’s annual scholarship luncheon honoring extraordinary female students pursuing a career in finance and financial services.  

What an inspiring event.

Hey, did I get paid? Efficient Ways to Track Customer Payments

Hey, did I get paid? Efficient Ways to Track Customer Payments

Why is it so hard to track customer payments?

The PayPal Alternative—How to Save Money and Time

The PayPal Alternative—How to Save Money and Time

Has your business outgrown PayPal?

Replace Your Business Checks with eChecks

Replace Your Business Checks with eChecks

For companies with limited resources and budgets, the move to eChecks is paramount.

How the Separation of Duties Protect Your Company’s Finances

How the Separation of Duties Protect Your Company’s Finances

There are two simple ways companies can proactively deter fraud: the separation of duties and ACH payments.

4 Myths about Millennial Business Owners and Their Accounting Firm Preferences

4 Myths about Millennial Business Owners and Their Accounting Firm Preferences

Welcome to the next generation of business owners and decision makers—millennials

Go Planet! Go Paperless!

Go Planet! Go Paperless!

"The Power Is Yours!" To save the environment—and you don’t even need green hair, trendy jewelry, and a '90s theme song to do it.

What Millennial-Led Businesses Want from Their Accounting Firms

What Millennial-Led Businesses Want from Their Accounting Firms

In a new survey, millennials share what makes—or breaks—an accounting firm-business relationship.