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Accounting for Fixed Assets in Ag - Financing, Leasing, and Tracking by Donae Caravalho, CPA

If your business doesn't have a plan for its fixed assets, you should consider conducting an inventory every year — it's the best way to get the full picture of what your company owns, and it can be essential to help you replace or remove obsolete assets. Check out our July newsletter article to read more about how we can help your ag business plan for fixed assets. Click the link below to read more. https://www.grimbleby-coleman.com/resources/articles/Accounting-for-Fixed-Assets-in-Ag-Operations-Financing,-Leasing,-and-Tracking
Date:July 20th, 2021
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Shaping Your Retirement Plan and Determining What You’ll Need by Preston Osbourn II, CPA

Even if you think you have years to spare, it’s important to start planning for retirement now. What would you like your money to do for you once you stop working full-time? Maybe you would like to pay off your mortgage, help your grandkids with college expenses, or take a road trip around the country and visit every MLB stadium along the way. Once you have your goals in place, it’s time to start shaping your retirement plan. Read more in the link below to find out how GC can help! https://www.grimbleby-coleman.com/resources/articles/Shaping-Your-Retirement-Plan-and-Determining-What-You-ll-Need
Date:June 16th, 2021
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The Importance of a Controller in Your Business by Becky Austin

Like many multi-tasking owners, you may find yourself overwhelmed by the complex process of forecasting, planning, accounting, monitoring, and measuring. While a CFO is responsible for the overall financial strategy of your business, a controller takes the lead on the crucial activities of financial reporting, compliance, and complex accounting functions related to accruals and deferrals. Our Client Accounting Services team has the talented people needed to help develop your business’s financial story. Read more in our latest article by clicking the link below. https://bit.ly/2QeV4LZ
Date:May 12th, 2021
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AR April Intro Video

When accountants use the term “fixed asset,” they are referring to a physical asset that is acquired by a company and is expected to last more than one year. Conducting an inventory of your fixed assets every year is the best way to develop a solid understanding of what your company owns and how the items are reflected on your balance sheet. This activity can be time-consuming but could potentially save a substantial amount of money. Read more about conducting an inventory of your fixed assets and how we can help by clicking the link below. https://www.grimbleby-coleman.com/resources/articles/The-Importance-of-Performing-an-Inventory-of-Fixed-Assets-
Date:April 21st, 2021
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Guiding You Through a Business Merger, Acquisition, Transition, or Sale by Chad Van Houten, CPA/CVA

The decision to sell or purchase a business is a complex one that requires careful assessment of financial, operational, and other key variables, and it can become even more complicated when considering a merger. GC’s Business Advisory Team offers business valuations, exit strategies, and acquisition strategies to help companies and individuals achieve their goals. Read more in our latest article by clicking the link below. http://bit.ly/GCGuidingYou
Date:March 22nd, 2021
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Count On Us: Ag & Business Advisory Experts

The Grimbleby Coleman CPAs Ag Team is entrenched in the ag community. Our clients include local farming families and corporate farming entities, processors, investors, and ag service providers. We’re ready and able to provide business advisory services, going beyond traditional compliance work, and be a partner with your business to help you succeed.
Date:February 16th, 2021
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Ag Case Study: An Embedded Approach to a CFO Vacancy by Jeff Bowman, CPA

When an agriculture client consulted us to get assistance and prepare for their part-time Chief Financial Officer's retirement, we used the opportunity to observe the firm and help with some desired internal changes. We're happy to share this interesting case study to help you understand how taking an embedded approach to your financials can benefit your company. Click the link below to read the full article. http://bit.ly/gc-AgCaseStudy
Date:February 16th, 2021
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Looking Forward to the Road Ahead by Ian Grimbleby, CPA

I am excited to move into my new role as Managing Partner and continue to improve upon all the wonderful things happening here at Grimbleby Coleman CPAs. Far too often, management transfers happen out of necessity and leave clients out of the loop. Our firm is proud to model a positive, prepared, gradual business transition that is happening by choice rather than by chance. Click the link below to read more: bit.ly/2KtkJgS
Date:January 21st, 2021
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3 Common Errors Made in Construction Accounting, by Erika Garcia, CPA

Construction is a labor-intensive business – and we’re not just talking about building! Knowing how to financially plan for and properly cost out a job can be tricky, but with the right team behind you, it can be much easier. In our latest article, Erika Garcia, CPA shares some of the most common mistakes our construction team sees and how to head them off at the pass Click the link below to read the full article. https://bit.ly/3lFL8pf
Date:November 17th, 2020
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How Does Your Company Keep Score?

In a world full of scoreboards, people want to be able to see how they’re doing using real data, and businesses have caught on. They’re noticing people are now wired to keep score and have decided to display more and more information to let their employees monitor their progress. Click the link below to read the full article. bit.ly/32jhzm6
Date:September 11th, 2020
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Managing a Business Through Crisis: What Now? by Tami Davis, CMA

Many business owners are now grappling with the reality of trying to survive. Over the past few months, we've had countless conversations with concerned business owners and because of these concerns, we’ve put together three questions you can ask yourself to help manage your business through the current crisis. Click the link below to read the full article on our website. https://bit.ly/augustgc
Date:August 10th, 2020
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