Two Reasons Revenue Recognition Should Matter To You


If you own a business or serve on the management team, then revenue matters to you because that is how most businesses are measured—whether internally by management or externally by lenders and investors. Additionally, as businesses mature, they often outgrow the cash revenue recognition model and utilize a more sophisticated model to better support their needs. Now—after more than 10 years of discussion—a single, new revenue recognition standard with monumental changes has been adopted, and implementation is not optional. Watch as CRI’s Jon Heath explains how these changes might impact you.


The features of smart phones continue to expand, and many of us are starting to use them in favor of our computers since they are able to handle more and more tasks. As the line between smart phones, tablets, and computers blurs, it’s important to consider security measures for all of these devices.  Three tips….


Avoiding 3 Common Record Retention Mistakes


Cleaning and organization are often top New Year’s resolutions. Before implementing one or both of these resolutions for your business this year, do you know which records should be retained and for how long? Do you dispose of documents following the required retention period? Most importantly, do you have a current record retention policy and implementation plan?

Watch as CRI’s Alyssa Hill discusses common record retention mistakes—and the best practice for avoiding these potential issues. Then download CRI’s record retention schedule, and if you would like recommendations regarding your business’ record retention policy, then just give us a call.


“Carpe Diem. Seize the day, boys. Make your lives extraordinary.” Who can forgot this famous line from Professor Keating in Dead Poets Society? A dramatic scene only rivaled by an employee frantically searching for business travel receipts to file an overdue expense report.   Per diem rates are established by the General Services Administration (GSA)….


Did you turn 70 ½ in 2014? If so, then you’re required to start taking mandatory, minimum yearly withdrawals from your tax deferred retirement accounts by December 31st of each year. While there is a minimum amount you are mandated to withdraw each year to avoid penalties, you are allowed to take more than the….