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Team Luxa

We are a Tulsa based outsourcing group offering accounting, hr, payroll, and marketing services to small business owners to regain focus on growing their business.

Recent Posts by Team Luxa:

Coronavirus: How Small Businesses are Effected and What You Can Do

One of the most heartwarming things we have heard in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic is efforts of big businesses. The corporate giants of the world are contributing with aid funds, emergency pay, prioritized essentials, and some are even opening their doors as shelters and hospitals. But these efforts are for businesses that have billions, maybe trillions, of dollars in the rainy-day fund.

Topics: Business News Advice Business Advice Leadership

COVID-19 & the Economic Response: What To Expect in the Next Weeks

The COVID-19 pandemic will be effecting economies on every level for the next several months, possibly even a year or more. From the tiniest niche markets and local economies, through states, nations and around the globe, a severe economic slump is inevitable. It's going to be a struggle, but eventually, business will get better.

Topics: Entrepreneurship Strategic Planning Business News Advice Business Advice

4 Strategies to Build Fairness Through Accountability in the Workplace

As the owner of a small to medium-size business, you have a lot on your mind.  There are concerns about sales and marketing, cash flow, cost cutting and net revenues, taxes and compliance, attracting top talent and retaining your star performers. 

Topics: HR

5 Critical Issues with Keeping Your Books on Spreadsheets

Accurate financial records are a key component in running a successful business. It is imperative for business owners and managers to ensure that transactions are properly recorded, and that data can be retrieved for audit and analysis at a moment's notice.

Topics: Accounting Accounting procedures Business Advice Bookkeeping

How To Get Better Insight Into Your Company's Cash Flow

There are many components that go into running a successful small business. It comes as no surprise that financial health can either make or break a business. A lot more determines the financial health of your business than just whether or not you're making more money than you are spending.

Cash flow is one of the most important financial components of your business that you must understand and carefully manage to ensure a successful future. The use of software to gain understanding and insight on the cash flow of your business is crucial to not only keeping your business afloat but helping it thrive.

This is your guide to the importance of understanding the future cash flow of your business and software that can help you achieve this. 

Topics: Accounting Best practices Advice Business Advice Bookkeeping