Oscar R Quiroga

Oscar R Quiroga

With a background in translations and interpreting, Oscar has broken ground as a content developer in social marketing by utilizing his organizational and creative writing skills in marketing. His passions are in music, soccer, health and is a devoted husband and father of 6.

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Series Focus On Business Mistakes: Plan To Be Profitable

Tonnies Mini’s: A DIY cupcake store learns the value of planning

Many business owners are usually full of great ideas. Tonnie was one of them. Meet Tonnie - a small business owner in New York. He was featured in the latest show with Marcus Lemonis, The Profit. However, the problem with great ideas with a poor process is a struggling bottom line.

Topics: Business Advice

Series Focus On Business Mistakes: Amazing Grapes

Struggling Businesses: How a wine store restores a struggling profit margin

The success of a business relies on more than just a product or process - it's about leadership. Our discussion in this article takes us to Orange County, CA to a wine and bar location called Amazing Grapes. This story was highlighted in the hit show on CNBC, The Profit. Marcus Lemonis, an investor who specializes in helping struggling businesses, documents the process of working with leadership and staff issues as well as how to increase profitability in a business.

Topics: Business Advice

Small Business Bookkeeping Tips: Important Items For Year End


End of year bookkeeping tasks you should be doing

How often do we come across something we push aside for another day? Wikipedia uses this definition of procrastination: " is the practice of carrying out less urgent tasks in preference to more urgent ones, or doing more pleasurable things in place of less pleasurable ones, and thus putting off impending tasks to a later time, sometimes to the "last minute" before the deadline”. 

We put together a list of our best practice items for year end preparations. Check with your bookkeeper to make sure they are hitting all the right areas for an accrual based accounting system in your books. 

Topics: Accounting Reporting