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HR Checklist for Reopening Business after COVID-19
Brenda Moc joined Fine Point Consulting in October 2019 as a controller and we are so fortunate to have her on our team! Read on for little Q & A with Brenda…. 1. Tell us about the work you do for Fine Point. I create and review schedules, handle tax and audit prep, QNBV tax
We are pleased to share a bit about Louisa Else who joined Fine Point Consulting several months ago as a controller and our Tax Manager, (and all around awesome co-worker). Tell us about the work you do for Fine Point. Along with being a controller, I am the Tax Manager at Fine Point. My team
Tell us about the work you do for Fine Point. I am a Controller with Fine Point and I am responsible for managing the ongoing financial reporting operations of each outsourced startup client. This includes being a trusted advisor, reviewing monthly financial reports prepared by staff accountants, assisting with the preparation of financial projections and
Celebration
We are all about the BHAGs at Fine Point Consulting (big hairy audacious goals). We meet regularly with this big goal in mind, we create the steps and processes to achieve it, and man do we celebrate when that goal is met! And while we certainly focus our energies on the BHAGs and celebrate the
While the political realm is ramping up for 2020, we can’t overlook the startup scene and what this decade will mean for them. Bijan Khosravi, founder and CEO of InBounce, Inc. digs in to emerging ideas, technology, infrastructure and funding–where it has been and where it is going–as we usher in this next decade in

5 Tips: Launching a Business

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More and more people want to ditch the standard 9 to 5 and take control of their futures by starting their own businesses. But starting a business isn’t easy, whether you launch from your kitchen table or have designs on the next global phenom. If you aren’t prepared, your business won’t succeed. Here are 5
Entrepreneurs and leaders of startups and fast-growing companies are often inundated with responsibilities. To create a solid foundation, the fundamentals of finance and human resources should be done right from the start.
Every company is working to achieve a purpose; the key goals and objectives the leaders at the top have defined. But, what about the rest of the organization? Are individual departments and employees all working to achieve those objectives or are they working against them? Do they even know what the company’s larger objectives are?
All employee handbooks look the same, right? While part of that may be true, depending on what state laws you must abide by, many companies have decided to customize them to speak to the culture and voice of their company and here’s why. The Employee Handbook should… Introduce employees to your culture, mission and values.
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