What You Need To Know About The New Medicare Cards

Posted on: 2 June 2019

Starting in 2018, the government started to issue new Medicare cards. If you are enrolled in Medicare already, you need to understand how these new Medicare cards are different than the older Medicare Cards. Old Medicare Cards On the old Medicare cards, your insurance number, instead of being a random number, was your Social Security number. As one is advised to always carry their insurance card with them, that means you were essentially always carrying your Social Security card on it. [Read More]

Getting Started with Investing? Consult a Financial Planner

Posted on: 25 January 2019

If you want to invest but you don't know the type of investment suitable for you, then a financial planner, usually a certified personal accountant (CPA), can help. When it comes to making investments, hiring an experienced financial planner can greatly help you to achieve your goals with less struggle. This is because the financial planner can offer you a professional and impartial take on the state of your finances. [Read More]

Why It's Best To Hire An Accountant For Your Business

Posted on: 5 November 2018

If you are the owner of a business and you do not currently have an accountant, you will want to consider hiring one. Even though you might have been doing everything on your own up to this point, you will want to spend a little time going over some of the ways it would be beneficial for you to hire an accountant. They Can Handle The Payroll Sure, you may have handled all of the payroll on your own, but it is best to let an accountant handle it. [Read More]

4 Ways To Protect Your Nonprofit Funds From Internal Abuse

Posted on: 29 August 2018

Nonprofit organizations are committed to using their funds to help their causes and beneficiaries. But because so many nonprofits are underfunded and understaffed, they can also be targets of fraud and misuse of assets. How can you protect your nonprofit from this kind of abuse? Here are a few easy tips. Avoid Multitasking. The more functions you ask a single employee to handle, the more tempting and easier it will be to skim money off the top. [Read More]