Pam Newman

Pam Newman

Pam Newman is a Certified Management Accountant, author and Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor for Financial and Point-of-Sale software. She is also president of RPPC, Inc., which provides customized business development services.


Should You Outsource Your Payroll?

Consider these 3 aspects of the payroll process to determine what is best for you.

Profitable Project Costing Tips

Make sure that every project you take on is profitable. Here's how.

7 Ways to Improve Liquidity

Find out how to calculate your company's liquidity ratio and how to improve it.

7 Ways to Stretch Your Marketing Budget

Stretch your marketing dollars and boost your bottom line.

10 Ways to Improve Profitability

Implement these tactics for cutting costs and boosting your bottom line.

Determining Employee Compensation

Take these 5 factors into consideration when putting together a compensation plan for your employees.

5 Business Vehicle Considerations

Before you start using an automobile for your business, address these financial considerations first.

When to Use Credit Cards

Before pulling out the plastic, consider all of your options.

The Ins and Outs of Cash Flow Statements

Understanding your cash flow statement is key to tracking your business's financial health.

How Do You Compare?

Evaluate how you compare to your competitors to make sure you're doing things right.

Make Time for an Annual Review

Can you remember the last time you reviewed your agreements and policies? If not, it's probably time for a checkup.

10 Critical Tax Time Considerations

Discussing these items with your tax accountant throughout the year will help your business breeze past April 15.

Fire Your Bad Clients

Trying to improve your company's bottom line? If profitability is your goal, it may be time to cut some dead weight.

Protecting Your Business Against Embezzlement

Implementing these 9 easy steps will help guard your business against a less-than-honest employee.

Paying Yourself During the Startup Phase

Here's how to determine what you should pay yourself and when to give yourself a raise.

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