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Arthur joined Portnoy CPA in 2000 as an inexperienced filing clerk and shredder. He rejoined Portnoy CPA in 2013 after graduating from the University of Florida and spending almost 5 years with Daktronics Inc, the world leader in LED signage manufacturing and design. With Daktronics, Arthur worked with professional and collegiate sports teams throughout the Mid-Atlantic States. If you have been to a Jacksonville Jaguars game to see the world’s largest scoreboards, then you have seen some of Daktronics’ projects. Arthur focuses on tax planning and preparation, individual and business consulting, and agreed-upon procedures. Arthur spends the 10 hours a week he is not at Portnoy CPA cheering on the Gators, taking in Jacksonville’s beautiful rivers and beaches, and spending time with family. Arthur married his beautiful wife Shae in 2013 and has two young children. One of Arthur’s most cherished memories is attending a Football and Basketball National Championship in the same year with his father where their beloved Gators were victorious.
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Most professions have their own lingo, and accounting is no different. What is different is that you have a vested interest in understanding what your accountant tells you about your financial situation. So, here’s a quick primer on common accounting terms—some business-related, some general—to keep you in the know:
There has rarely been a winter when we so badly needed to see (and feel) spring. Depending on where you live, this could mean bluer skies, warmer temperatures, time outside and…gardening! For those who live in a climate where spring doesn’t always mean it’s warm enough to garden outdoors, consider creating an indoor planting box for flowers, veggies, herbs or all of the above.
While “under a blanket on a cold winter day” isn’t the worst place to work, it’s a good idea to regularly assess your remote working environment—especially if you don’t have a full home office setup—to decide if anything needs an adjustment or upgrade. Here are four important points to consider: