‘Wantrepreneur’ to Entrepreneur: The Most Important Accounting advice for Aspiring Small Business Owners

No entrepreneur is an island all to his or her own. Those savvy business owners who choose to surround themselves with a team of competent resource partners gain a clear competitive advantage in today's increasingly competitive marketplace. On this week's episode of The...

What the New Global Minimum Tax Means for Your Small Business – LJ Suzuki of CFOShare

At the beginning of July, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen announced that a group of 130 nations agreed to a global minimum tax on corporations as part of a wider agreement to overhaul international tax rules. On today's show, we're pleased to welcome back small...

How Should Small Business Owners Respond to the Recent Rise in Inflation? – LJ Suzuki, CFOshare

Over the past year, we’ve seen inflation become a concern for man, as shortages and prices continue to climb. On today’s show, we’re pleased to welcome small business expert, serial entrepreneur, and CEO of CFOshare, LJ Suzuki, to discuss the rise in inflation and...

Expert Accountant Andrew Poulos Discusses How COVID-19 has Changed Tax Season for Small Businesses

It’s that time of the year again. Americans are filing their taxes after what seemed like a tumultuous year, but no need to panic if you haven’t done so already, as the deadline has been extended until May 17. Our next guest is going...

Why Your Small Business Could Benefit from Working with a Fractional CFO – Jerome Oberlton, FinQuest

2020 was a year of change, pivot, and resilience for small businesses across the globe. Contactless, digital and virtual had become new go-to buzzwords for how business is now conducted. Companies offering products and services to small businesses have had to embrace that seismic...

How the Zane Venture Fund is Supporting Diverse Startups in the Southeast – Shila Nieves Burney

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On today’s episode of The Atlanta Small Business Show, we’re pleased to welcome Shila Nieves Burney, Founding and Managing Partner of Zane Venture Fund, a woman-led venture fund investing in early-stage, tech-enabled B2B, B2C or DTC companies with exceptional, diverse founders, and teams. Their...

10 Tips to Help You Manage Your New Business’s Cash Flow

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Start-ups often fail because they run out of cash in the first year. The reason for the cash shortfall is not always that there was not sufficient capital in the business. Often new companies run out of cash because of a lack of cash...

How to Get Your Clients to Pay Invoices On Time

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As a small to medium sized business owner, you understand that cash flow is everything. While a big number on your receivables line does make your profit & loss statement look good, it will do absolutely nothing to help the daily operations of your...

Atlanta’s Resurgence Grant Fund Offers $40,000 to Small Businesses

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Throughout the past few months, many city-governments—including Atlanta' s—have stewarded resources and small business funding given to them through the CARES Act. While all of the city grants were in the multi-millions, many programs were depleted within weeks. Consequently, the grants distributed through Invest...

Funding Opportunities for Metro Atlanta Small Business Owners Still Impacted by COVID-19

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Another source of funding for small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak has run out. On Saturday, July 11, The Economic Injury Disaster Loan Advancement Program (EIDL), reached its funding limit of $20 million. This program offered almost six million businesses up to $10,000...

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