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As a business owner you have more to worry about than bookkeeping, financials, forecasting and payroll. You started your business to do what you love, let us take care of the numbers.  Doerhoff & Associates has one goal in mind, to provide a comprehensive approach to business accounting services.

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Every business owner has a unique set of needs for accounting services. We provide only what you really want and need. Let our comprehensive set of services fill the gap and support you so you can grow.

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Quarterly Reports? What Are They?

By | Accounting Advice, Small Business Advice

There is an old saying that “Knowledge is power.” That is certainly the case for every business. No smart business owner should ever guess what his/her cash balance is or take a rough “shot” at last month’s income or operating expenses. No! A key to success in business is careful preparation and wise use of quarterly reports, a summation of the financial statements. As Warren Buffet stated, “You have to understand accounting and you have to understand the nuances of accounting….how…

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I Want My Employees to Stay

By | Small Business Advice

There are many critical responsibilities on the shoulders of every business executive. Perhaps paramount is the responsibility, as author James C. Collins said, “Get the right people on the bus and in the right seat.” The corollary to that is anonymously stated as “When you find good people, keep them close.” Preventing unwanted employee turnover is essential to keeping good people. Finding and retaining the best possible employees is critical to today’s business success.   Why Do Employees Leave? Probably…

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PPP Loan Updates: What You Need to Know

PPP Loan Updates: What You Need to Know

By | Accounting Advice, Small Business Advice

The original PPP program gave businesses 2.5 months of payroll as a loan which would be forgiven if you spent the money on payroll and other allowable costs over the 8 week period after you got the loan. Yesterday (June 4) congress finalized and passed HR 7010 which changes the PPP program retroactive to the original law date.  Here are some key changes and how they will affect your business: The business now has 24 weeks to spend the money…

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How to Balance Work and Life

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Today’s society places such high importance on achievement, professional fulfillment, and monetary rewards that some individuals spend an inordinate amount of time at work, thus feeling out of balance relative to other important roles in their lives. Work-life balance suggests a harmony or equilibrium between the time and attention allocated for work and the time and attention allocated to other aspects of life including personal interests, family, social, and leisure activities.   Balance doesn’t suggest an equal allocation of time to…

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Doerhoff Understand EIDL Before Agreeing to It

Be Certain to Understand Terms of EIDL Before Accepting It

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Shortly after the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the novel coronavirus a worldwide pandemic, governors across the United States ordered the closure of millions of businesses to help slow its spread. This hit small businesses, especially those in the retail, bar and restaurant, personal services, and hospitality industries, extremely hard from a financial perspective. Recognizing this, Congress scrambled to put together several business relief programs in the forms of loans and grants. One such program is Economic Injury Disaster Loans…

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Will My Business Survive a Recession?

By | Small Business Advice

Recession. Even though it is a dreaded word, economists have been predicting one since mid-2018, and now with all the socioeconomic impacts of the COVID-19 virus, a recession is on our doorstep. This one is not the first and probably won’t be the last. The U.S. has lived through the 2002 economic aftereffects of the 9/11 “Attack on America” and the 2007 housing bust which lead to the financial crisis of 2008-2009. In the face of today’s crisis, the best…

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