Microsoft’s Excel is a great tool to use when trying to complete analysis or collect data. By having a handle on a few simple formulas, you can easily organize your data. Allowing you to gain useful insights into your business. The news is filled with stories about big data and analytics. Large companies such as IBM are changing the way data is used. All businesses whether they are big are small, whether they have access to the latest in technology or not have a ton of data.
Welcome Back to Finergy's weekly blog! Today we are going to look at an important aspect of your business' financials, your business bank account. Where you bank and the type of account you use is important. Today we will look at 6 things you should consider before picking a financial institution for your business account. 1. Bank vs. Credit Union - Today there are more banks and credits unions popping up all over the place. Most people don't know the difference between a ba
Welcome Back! Now that summer has unofficially begun, I thought we would have some fun with this week’s blog and bring back another installment of the Finergy Five! This week’s Finergy Five will be… Our Summer Reading List! I don’t know about you, but to me, there is no better way to spend a sunny Saturday or Sunday afternoon than outside reading. This summer I plan to read a few books that I think may help me with running my small business. Reading is a cost-effective way
Welcome back! Today is our final installment on internal controls and fraud series. Last week we took some time to look at a few different ways that fraud could be conducted on your business. This week we are going to look at a few ways you can proactively put in controls to help reduce the potential threat of fraud. There is no sure-fire way to tell if someone will or will not commit fraud against your business. Taking a proactive stance about internal controls is your bes