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Do you need/want a Comptroller, BUT don't want to pay the full time costs associated?
P2P can provide you with a qualified CFO to help your team with budgets, processes, due diligences, pre-audit review and/or Monthly/Quarterly financial preparation to provide accurate information to your Executive/Management Team for growth, forecasting and development.
The answer - no one. When running your own business, it is easy to become over-burdened with all of the major aspects and ignore the small yet significant details.
Process To Profit (P2P) is the solution to your dilemma. Whether you are new to running a business or have been around for years, we can help alleviate many jobs you don't have time to do.
Our services revolve completely around your needs. We work the hours you require for the duration of your project. Areas we can benefit you most are when you need temporary coverage for administrative or accounting work such as while an employee is on maternity or other extended leave. Maybe you have a large project such as an audit that is impossible to have your current staff tackle in addition to their normal duties - we can step in.
Our administrative services range from executive assistance to bookkeeping to Human Resources. Call us today at 719-251-7631 or click on Services to see which piece of the puzzle we can bring to your company.
Note from the CEO
BACK TO BASICS
I remember creating our domain name, I had the choice to select .net versus .com. I chuckled as I thought "isn't net what it's all about?"
Net...Income comes from Higher Gross Profit! Which doesn't always comes from Higher Sales! It comes from solid forecasting, budgeting, cost containment and the knowledge to REACT before the economy choses your future (pass or fail)
Process to Profit is here to provide you choices! Whether it is choices to save time, control money or help to strengthen your profit...your NET Profit.
In recent business economy articles, there are now two reasons why there is a rising risk of a double-dip W-shaped recession. For a start, there are risks associated with exit strategies from the massive monetary and fiscal easing: policymakers are damned if they do and damned if they don’t. If they take large fiscal deficits seriously and raise taxes, cut spending and mop up excess liquidity soon, they would undermine recovery and tip the economy back into stag-deflation (recession and deflation).
What does that mean to a business owner? No matter what forecast you chose to follow, it means stay to the basics and go lean - the basic philosophy you had the day your doors opened. Do you remember them? They probably went something like this...
#1) Customer Satisfaction
#2) Pay the Bills
#3) Cut Costs (without giving up quality)
#4) Make money!!
Whether your 1 year or 5 years strong - Stay to the basics - stay lean AND be ready for change; be ready to grow and have the tools in place to succeed!
FS-2013-9, July 2013
Many employers outsource their payroll and related tax duties to third-party payers such as payroll service providers and reporting agents. Reputable third-party payers can help employers streamline their business operations by collecting and timely depositing payroll taxes on the employer’s behalf and filing required payroll tax returns with state and federal authorities.
Though most of these businesses provide very good service, there are, unfortunately, some who do not have their clients’ best interests at heart. Over the past few months, a number of these individuals and companies around the country have been prosecuted for stealing funds intended for the payment of payroll taxes. Examples of these successful prosecutions can be found on IRS.gov.
Like employers who handle their own payroll duties, employers who outsource this function are still legally responsible for any and all payroll taxes due. This includes any federal income taxes withheld as well as both the employer and employee’s share of social security and Medicare taxes. This is true even if the employer forwards tax amounts to a PSP or RA to make the required deposits or payments. For an overview of how the duties and obligations of agents, reporting agents and payroll service providers differ from one another, see the Third Party Arrangement Chart on IRS.gov.
Here are some steps employers can take to protect themselves from unscrupulous third-party payers.
P2P brings you Quickbooks Training and Real Life Q&A Series starting in January, 2015 through March, 2015
Process to Profit is kicking off a Training and ‘real life’ Q&A series specifically for Quickbooks ™ users in January that you cannot miss out on!! This series will be a spin off so that by the end of 2015 we will have included all versions/modules of Quickbooks ™ for every size company’s current and future needs.
In January, 2015, we will be focusing on Quickbooks ™ regular and Pro versions (2008 to current). This unique Q&A will allow ‘real life’ answers to be provided with print screens/questions provided before the session. These specific issues and concerns will be addressed during this course so that your employee’s can identify the ‘how to’ without the timely and painful calls into Quickbooks ™ that costs both time and money and no real direct help on with onsite scenarios.
Quickbooks Regular & Pro Training
Saturdays 9 a.m.to 1 p.m
Payroll Q&A –
Wednesdays 1 pm to 4 pm
Payroll Taxes Q&A
Wednesdays 1 pm to 4 pm
To include Federal and State & free documents for support
February - Quickbooks Enterprise Training
March - Quickbooks Point of Sale
Cost is $125 per participant
(discounts of $35 off apply to companies that have more than 1 participant attending)
For questions or registration email/call - email@example.com or 719-251-7631
No class ever above 10 participants to ensure effective one-on-one experience
If greater demand is necessary, we will move sessions to Scotts Conference Center
2 MONTHS FREE SUPPORT direct to each individual who attends any P2P Training
On site Quickbooks training also available
Other Great Training Sessions Built for our Clients
1. Focus on Workforce Planning
2. Address the Hurdles while Overlooking the unneeded Obstacles
3. Life After Layoffs
4. The pursuit of Quality
5. LIFO/FIFO of your Workforce?
6. Human Capital - Fresh Thinking
7. Why won't my people Respect me?! (Parent/Adult/Child Syndrome)
8. Strategic Agility & Resilience
9. Advanced Leadership Communication Strategies
10. PRICELESS Rewards & Recongition - that cost you nothing
email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and cost savings with a group booking.
RETURN ON RETENTION
Customer retention is not only a cost effective and profitable strategy, but in today's business world it's necessary. This is especially true when you remember that 80% of your sales come from 20% of your customer and clients. With these statistics I am wondering why most marketing and sales campaigns are designed for the new customer.
Take for instance the wireless telephone companies; if you sign a new contract you are given a large rebate or even a free cellular telephone. If you are a current customer you have the privilege of paying full price. Can someone please explain that methodology to me. With this type of promotion are we not just pushing current customers and clients to seek services elsewhere when their contract ends?
Perhaps we need to rethink our marketing and sales strategies, afterall many experts will tell you that it's five times more profitable to spend marketing and advertising dollars to retain current customers than it is to acquire new customers. In years past the importance of focusing on customer retention was not as important, stickiness came naturally. We shopped in our neighborhood shops and our corner grocery stores. We had a personal connection with our service providers and the thought of shopping at another store would have never crossed our minds.
A few value-add strategies that you can use include:
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The RC FACTOR...
It is not only businesses that need to be ready to change, but the people involved as well.
The RC Factor is the Resistance to Change that you will see happen almost 99% of time. It will show its evil head when a management makes even the slightest change that may affect a person's surroundings and duties.
Are your leaders prepared to guide your employees through any changes? Will the RC Factor appear with your managers?
Know this formula, BEFORE you make any change
D x V x F = R
Be prepared!! Contact us before changes happen so we can help you be Pro-Active versus Re-Active.