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Vesta’s blog provides valuable financial insights, solutions to common problems, and access to up-to-date information on tax laws and financial regulations, ultimately helping them make informed decisions and manage their finances more effectively. Additionally, it can foster trust and a stronger client-advisor relationship while offering practical resources and access to the firm’s expertise.

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Top 7 Benefits of Outsourcing Your Bookkeeping

Running a successful business takes dedication and focus. So why are you spending so much time trying to manage your books? With the right bookkeeping services, you’ll get industry-leading expertise that helps you get out of the back office and back into the game. Here are a few benefits you’ll

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Plan For the Future with Roth IRAs

It is time to paint your overall tax picture as you prepare for the coming year’s tax filing. The recent downswing in the market may make you uncertain about your retirement accounts. It isn’t all bad, though; this swing presents an opportunity for you to explore Roth conversions. Consider the

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What in the World are KPIs?

Vesta clients hear our advisors use the term “Key Performance Indicators” or see the acronym “KPI” written in our service descriptions. However, not everyone is a CPA. So what exactly is a Key Performance Indicator, and how does it relate to your financial outlook? Key Performance Indicators, which we will

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Six Hurdles of Business Transitions

Nothing stays the same in life, or in business for that matter. Companies are seldom in a steady state. They are growing or declining, starting up, or being exited or transitioned to others. All business phases have challenges, but we’ve found that businesses in transition are particularly challenging. Vesta’s Advisory

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Finding the Ideal Work-Life Balance

At Vesta, we work with numerous small and mid-sized business owners. As business coaches, our consulting experts try to express the importance of a desirable goal: build a business that serves your life rather than spending your life serving your business. Many of our clients find this goal insightful but

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Staying Up to Date on Tax Law

Staying Up To Date On Tax Law

Tax laws are a changing facet of accounting. New rules and regulations happen frequently. New clients sometimes say, “my former accountant never told me that.” In those cases, they probably didn’t realize the new regulations changed and may have offered taxpayers new opportunities. You expect what you pay to get

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Business Valuations

Welcome to March! It has been a busy February for succession planning and business sales. The baby boomers that own businesses are looking to retire; most have been counting on the sale of the company to fund their retirement. We help business owners every month by providing them with certified

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What is Strategy and Coaching?

Strategy normally relates to Strategic Planning in my service area. Having a strategic plan and thinking strategically is not in every business owner’s DNA. Most of us know a small business owner that started as a technician in their industry. What makes them different than the other technicians is they

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Planning to Exit

The most valuable asset of many self-employed individuals is their business. According to the Exit Planning Institute (, approximately 4.5 million businesses, representing more than $10 trillion in value, will transition ownership over the next ten years. Yet, only 20 to 30 percent of businesses that are brought to market

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Do you have a Hybrid?

Picture yourself sitting in the dentist chair. Your dentist is likely well educated, has great chair-side manor and is up on advancement in the trade. Would you ever say to your dentist when they were done working on you…”hey, doc, I have the worst pain in my sciatica, can you

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The Moment Everything Changed

I recently received an email stating “that moment when everything changed…” You would have to be living under a boulder (not just a rock) to not be aware that everything has changed over the last 9 months. But reading this really struck me – that moment everything changed. Was it

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