Service-based businesses require specialized accounting, tax, payroll and other financial services—and our firm delivers. Our skilled team of financial experts have years of experience helping service-based businesses in a wide range of industries successfully manage their day-to-day “back-office” financial operations as well as creating strategic plans for long-term success.
Our trained staff understands the unique challenges that your service-based business faces. As your trusted advisors, we work with you throughout the year to evaluate your practice and ensure your financial needs are met. Because we cater to the specific requirements of your industry, we are able to develop a customized plan that will soon have you measuring up against or even exceeding industry benchmarks. Our critical analysis and practical solutions will identify business trends and opportunities for growth, and help you improve the operations, efficiency, and profitability of your practice.
Let us provide you with the peace of mind that experienced professionals are handling your accounting needs. Our highly skilled team will work closely with you to develop a strategic plan with tactics for maximizing the growth, profitability and efficiency of your service-based business.
For many business owners, September tends to bring a bit of a slowdown. The chaos of getting kids prepared for going back to school has passed, and a focus on saving money tends to kick in as people prepare for the coming holiday spend. Combined, this can often translate into a lull for business owners.
Nicole Gugle is a Client Accounting Specialist for Dunning & Associates. She earned an accounting degree from Wichita State and also has nutrition degrees from K-State. We sat down with Nicole to get to know her a little better—here's what she had to say.
This is a friendly reminder that the Q3 tax estimate payment deadline is coming up fast. Be sure to make your payment by September 15, 2018 to avoid penalties. Currently, penalties for late or no payment average about 4 percent. And wouldn’t you rather keep that money in your pocket?