IT Security & Data Redundancy at SJG – What We’re Doing for You

IT Secuirty

Long before the security breach at Equifax, companies and individuals have been plagued by growing threats from ransomware, malware, identity theft and computer viruses. At S.J. Gorowitz Accounting and Tax Services, P.C., (SJG) keeping your accounting data safe is a huge priority. SJG recently secured services from a local technology company, Xcentric, LLC, to improve security and data redundancy. Based in Alpharetta, Xcentric specializes in data and application hosting for CPA firms across North America. … [Read more...]

Selecting the Right Entity Type for Your New Business

Entity Type

There are a myriad of decisions that need to be made when starting a new business but the importance of selecting the right type of entity structure should not be underestimated. At first glance it may seem simple and straightforward, but beware! The wrong entity type can prove costly both initially and in the future. … [Read more...]

Operational Efficiencies- Part VI Measuring Results (Our Final Installment)

ROI

As we initiate our final article of this series, I want to congratulate those of you who have made a commitment to strive for operational improvement in paying attention to and completing the first four steps of our model: Creating Rules of the Game Developing a System for Capturing and Organizing Ideas Deciding and Prioritizing What Initiatives to Pursue Determining Who Owns the Process for Initiatives … [Read more...]

Operational Efficiencies Part V – Who Owns the Process?

Who Owns the Process?

Now that you and your team have decided what initiatives are to be prioritized, implemented or further explored, how do you determine who will be involved in the process? Who will own and manage the task(s), monitor the success (or failure) of the initiative(s) and make recommendations for the future? We suggest assigning an “initiative manager” as well as interested team members to each task. … [Read more...]