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The Chef & His Wife - Homemade Meals at Your Convenience! (Our Client Interview)

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The Chef & His Wife - Homemade Meals at Your Convenience! (Our Client Interview)

Would you like a homemade meal without the fuss? Let The Chef & His Wife be your new go-to for meals with ingredients you'd use yourself. You can choose ready-to-heat items from their refrigerator cases, pick up an order you already placed, schedule a Saturday delivery for a pre-ordered meal, or have a relaxing meal in their dining room.

And did you know you can save money on their delivery fee? You can pre-order online and pick it up at your nearest farmers' market. The Chef & His Wife is at Red Bank on Mondays, Collegedale on Wednesdays, Signal Mountain on Thursdays, and the downtown Chattanooga Market on Sundays.

We stopped by to interview Chef and Owner Tim Mulderink to get a behind-the-scenes look at what they do and why.

What prompted you to start your own company?

Friends of mine who were entrepreneurs asked me...

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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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Feeling Puzzled? Understanding the ABC's of Accountants, Bookkeepers, and CPA's

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Feeling Puzzled? Understanding the ABC's of Accountants, Bookkeepers, and CPA's

What’s the difference between an Accountant and a Bookkeeper? Entrepreneurs often confuse the roles of CPA’s (Certified Public Accountants), Accountants, and Bookkeepers, since many of their duties overlap. 

For starters, they are all concerned with the financial performance of your company.  Many small business owners operate as bookkeepers and employ an accountant for their taxes at years' end. But if bookkeeping is just not your idea of fun, what do you do? 

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