Many small businesses, out of budget necessity, try to do the books on their own. Hiring an accountant, however, is an investment that can help your business save thousands in the long-term. Matt Remuzzi is the founder of CapForge Inc and exclusively works with small businesses.
On this episode of Small Business Stories, Matt discusses how an accountant can help you achieve greater success and shares his biggest piece of advice for small business owners: get intentional with your data and numbers. Take a listen for more of Matt’s advice.
- (00:53) – Changing the way people view their accountant
- (06:43) – Services at CapForge Bookkeeping & Tax
- (09:39) – Helping the typical client
- (11:48) – Savings for the resource constrained
- (15:50) – Two-way communication
- (19:30) – Pivoting in 2020
- (25:44) – Pay attention to the data
- (29:02) – https://capforge.com/small-business-stories-podcast-lp
Matt Ramuzzi started CapForge 8 years ago as a way to provide better small business bookkeeping and accounting services than he could find at the time. CapForge offers flat rates and great customer service, two things in short supply previously! They’ve grown to over 800 clients and are still going.
Kaitlyn Fitzpatrick is a marketing and communications professional from Chicago (she’s actually from the suburbs but she lives here now, okay?). Her credentials for this podcast include her ability to talk endlessly, and a genuine interest in learning about what others can teach her about running a business.
OFFIX is a small business looking to help other small businesses succeed. They’re a flexible and professional workspace with multiple locations in Chicago specializing in private, boutique office spaces located in residential neighborhoods. Learn more about all that OFFIX has to offer you and your small business at www.wordpress-171393-1096463.cloudwaysapps.com.
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