Mc Kenna & Franck
Accountant in Albany, NY
McKenna & Franck is one of the major companies in the area. By combining our expertise, knowledge and the energy of our team, each customer receives close individual and professional attention. Our high standards, service and specialized team spell the difference between our outstanding performance, and other companies. We ensure that every customer is served by the expertise of our entire company.
read moreThe Strategic Plan provides a blueprint, describing your company, its products, the competitive environment, management team, financial health, and business risks. Identify and describe the target customer profile, features, advantages and benefits of your new venture, product or service. Justify that your plans are credible by fully researching the need being filled with your new venture. Develop marketing plans including full descriptions of targeted promotional campaigns with implementation timelines.
read moreWhen it comes to paying employees, laws and the IRS have made the payroll function a time consuming nightmare for the small business owner. Small business owners spend an average of eight hours a month performing payroll functions. That's 12 full days a year that could be spent generating sales, prospecting new business opportunities, improving products or services, or servicing customers. We offer payroll solutions that meet your business's needs and enable you to spend time doing what you do best--running your company.
read moreGrowing businesses often reach a point where they need professional financial advice, but can't afford a full-time CFO or controller. If you're fortunate enough to be in this position then we have the perfect solution for you. Our Part-Time CFO service gives you a professional financial manager who works with you to help guide your business to success. The cost of hiring a full-time CFO can range from $60,000 to over $100,000 per year plus bonuses and benefits. Our Part-Time CFO services provides you with experienced support at a small fraction of that cost.
read moreAlthough QuickBooks is designed for the layman to understand, the initial setup and installation can be tricky. Save hours of frustration by allowing us to setup QuickBooks for you correctly. Employees in your accounting department will find comfort in knowing that the answers to their QuickBooks questions are only an email or phone-call away. Email and telephone support prevents many wasted hours of aggravation and embarrassment. Whether you need to prepare your books for tax time, a financial review, or you just need to clean up some problem areas, you'll get your Quickbooks running smoothly again with a complete Tune-up.
read moreAll legal and tax professionals agree, if your business is not incorporated you may be throwing away thousands of dollars in tax savings and deductions. In addition, all of your personal assets such as your home, cars, boats, savings and investments are at risk and could be used to satisfy any law suits, debt or liability incurred by the business. Forming a Corporation can provide the protection and tax savings needed to give you peace of mind and make your business even more successful and profitable.
read moreAfter many years of tax changes, 2011 has very few. 2012, however, could be the year of significant changes to the tax law, both for personal and business. Most of the 2011 changes relate to inflation adjustments and exemption increases. Over the past few years we have seen a dramatic increase in the number of tax audits, particularly sales tax audits and now Department of Labor audits. We are concerned about these aggressive tactics. While you may think you are complying and paying the proper taxes, you may not be adhering to their recordkeeping requirements.
read moreA Limited Liability Company, or LLC, is not a corporation, although it offers many of the same advantages. An LLC is best described as a combination of a corporation and a partnership. LLCs offer the limited liability of a corporation, while allowing more flexibility in managing the business and organization. An LLC does not pay any income tax itself. It's a "flow through" entity that allows profits and losses to flow through to the tax returns of the individual members. Avoiding the double taxation of C-Corporations.
read moreMichael Gerber's The E-Myth Revisited should be required reading for anyone thinking about starting a business or for those who have already taken that fateful step. The title refers to the author's belief that entrepreneurs--typically brimming with good but distracting ideas--make poor business people. He establishes an incredibly organized and regimented plan, so that daily details are scripted, freeing the entrepreneur's mind to build the long-term success of the business. You don't need an M.B.A. to understand or follow its directives; Gerber takes time to explain buzzwords and complex theories.