A smart business is forward-thinking and invests in innovative ideas and well-rounded teams. What if you sit idle and allow your competitors to pass you? That’s the risk of thinking you’re done innovating, investing, and growing. Guest starring John Wurtenberger, audit practice lead at Dean Dorton.
Dean Dorton can perform American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) audits and reviews for alternative funding options with the SEC.
Justin Hubbard and guest Adam Shewmaker challenge common practices in the healthcare industry that don’t make a lot of sense and discover how the growing use of telehealth could crush the magazine subscription business.
These days our lives are filled with services—GrubHub®, Netflix®, the landscaping company, and more. We live in a time in which paying for services is normal and we don’t think twice about a subscription delivery model. What if running your accounting and finance functions could be just as easy?
Justin Hubbard, show host and Dean Dorton’s Director of Accounting and Financial Outsourcing, introduces Unhinged. The world is far too unstable for a linear, one-dimensional line of thinking. It's time to unhinge and recreate our thinking process.
Revisions announced by the Federal Reserve Board on June 8 introduce new terms meant to expand interest in the “soon-to-be available” loan facilities offered under the Main Street Lending Program.
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have been significant, impacting in some way nearly every aspect of society. On the financial front, we have seen major upheaval to the economy, and we unfortunately saw a quick and steep decline in equity markets in mid-to-late March.
With the economy reopening and business restarts coming soon, David Bundy revisits past podcast episodes and discusses steps businesses can take before they reopen their doors.
Jason Miller and Polina Nikolova discuss cloud-based and collaboration technology solutions to make your company’s future last.
CASE STUDY: Spendthrift Farm, an international horse operation, worked with Dean Dorton to switch from their legacy accounting system of Dynamics Great Plains to Sage Intacct.