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Community Connections for Your Confidence - What Our Clients Tell Us

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Community Connections for Your Confidence - What Our Clients Tell Us

It’s tax season! Do you have confidence in the paperwork you’re about to submit to your accountant? Would you like a third party to review it first and help you get it organized? We’re here to help!

You need a bookkeeper you can trust who will come alongside and answer your questions. We’d like to share with you how we’ve helped others in our community. Links to our “client interview blogs” are included for your convenience. And to learn more about HRBiz owner, Lynn Talbott, click here.

Here’s one of the questions we asked our clients when we interviewed them: “How has our company helped you in your success?”

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These Are a Few of Our Favorite Things (Bookkeepers A-Counting Their Blessings)

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These Are a Few of Our Favorite Things (Bookkeepers A-Counting Their Blessings)

Our staff is having a holiday party this month (two, in fact) and there’s much to celebrate this year at HRBiz. Would you like to know why we’re excited? We thought so! We’ll count off the reasons for you, since math is what we do best:

1.      Our client base has grown to over 200 individual, unique businesses who have chosen our services this year. Thank you for your confidence in us. We enjoy getting to know you and working on future planning together. Our goal is your success.

2.    Social media buzz really took off this summer! We did interviews...

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Charity in the Community - Bookkeeping Tips for Non-Profits

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Charity in the Community - Bookkeeping Tips for Non-Profits

From PTA’s and Band Boosters to Churches and Charities – there are a lot of different kinds of not-for-profit companies in Chattanooga.  In fact there are over 1600 non-profits registered in Hamilton County – That’s a lot of charity!

Bookkeeping between for profit and not-for-profit entities are very similar.  One major difference is that a not-for-profit does not pay taxes on the income.  Another major difference is that they rely on contributions, memberships, free services and donated items in order to run their business.   And finally, they are not owned by a person or shareholders.

Bookkeeping tips for nonprofits:

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