At Berndt CPA, everything we do is focused on giving entrepreneurs and small business owners a competitive edge. In fact, we’ve reinvented the accounting model to help you better manage daily operations and provide you with the insight required to boost productivity and profitability.
Manual business processes are a thing of the past; it's all about mobile accounting these days. Forget about managing paper and abandon the practice of using last year’s data to make current business decisions. Today’s entrepreneurs are approving invoices from their phones, paying bills on the fly, and accessing real-time financial data via secure dashboards to make smarter, on-demand decisions that drive business success. At Berndt CPA, we provide you with a powerful platform for doing business the way it should be done—in real time, online and collaboratively.
We’ve tested and connected leading cloud-based applications to streamline and simplify accounting tasks. From paying bills to processing reimbursements and accessing current financial statements, you can do it all within our BOSS platform—from the office, from home or anywhere else.
Even better, you’ll work with our expert team to design a customized plan that supports your unique business. As your needs change, we’ll work with you to update your plan and ensure you have the right tools to support your enterprise.
When the Small Business Administration (SBA) launched the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) last year, the program’s stated objective was “to provide a direct incentive for small businesses to keep their workers on the payroll.” However, according to federal officials, the recently issued second round of funding has distributed only a small percentage of the $15 billion set aside for small businesses and low- to moderate-income “first-draw” borrowers.
While “under a blanket on a cold winter day” isn’t the worst place to work, it’s a good idea to regularly assess your remote working environment—especially if you don’t have a full home office setup—to decide if anything needs an adjustment or upgrade. Here are four important points to consider:
If your business sponsors a 401(k) plan, you might someday consider adding designated Roth contributions. Here are some factors to explore when deciding whether such a feature would make sense for your company and its employees.