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Accounting, Finance, HR and Tax for Startups

Featured Service - FloQast

Featured Service - FloQast
Posted on Tue, 23 October 2018

FloQast is a software exclusively designed for accountants to close books faster and more accurately.

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Does my Startup need Netsuite? 5 Signs that your Startup is Ready for Netsuite

Does my Startup need Netsuite? 5 Signs that your Startup is Ready for Netsuite
Posted on Mon, 22 October 2018

Netsuite is an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) tool.  It manages your accounting, reporting, supply chain, procurement, and much more.

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Featured Service - DocSend

Featured Service - DocSend
Posted on Tue, 16 October 2018

DocSend is a great content management tool designed for sales and finance professionals.

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Featured Service - TriplePoint

Featured Service - TriplePoint
Posted on Sun, 7 October 2018

TriplePoint Capital is a Sand Hill Road-based global financing provider to high growth venture capital-backed companies throughout their lifespan, providing customized debt financing, leasing, and direct equity investments.

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What Does a Good Startup CFO Do?

What Does a Good Startup CFO Do?
Posted on Tue, 25 September 2018

The first thing a CFO does for startups is to manage the financial reporting. That means making sure the books are closed and closed correctly every month.

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Featured Service - SVB

Featured Service - SVB
Posted on Tue, 25 September 2018

Silicon Valley Bank helps innovative companies and their investors move bold ideas forward, fast.

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NIH NSF SBIR Accounting Services

NIH NSF SBIR Accounting Services
Posted on Mon, 24 September 2018

Learn about the NIH (National Institutes of Health), NSF (National Science Foundation) and SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research) services that Kruze offers.

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Featured Service - Guideline 401k

Featured Service - Guideline 401k
Posted on Wed, 19 September 2018

Guideline is an all-inclusive 401(k) plan for growing businesses that’s easy for employers to set up and even easier for employees to enroll and save.

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Recent Kruze Consulting Quotes

Recent Kruze Consulting Quotes
Posted on Sun, 9 September 2018

Our team has been mentioned and quoted in a few great blogs recently, and we thought that we’d highlight some of these so that you could find them.

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Staying healthy at the workplace is a must-have for a better life

Staying healthy at the workplace is a must-have for a better life
Posted on Tue, 28 August 2018

Kruze Consulting CPA looks at mindfulness and staying healthy at the workplace, something Vanessa Kruze has made a priority for employees.

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Featured Service - AVRA Talent

Featured Service - AVRA Talent
Posted on Mon, 27 August 2018

AVRA Talent, previously known as Recruit, partners with startups and growing firms to help fill non-technical talent.

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Q3 2018 Startup Tax Deadlines

Q3 2018 Startup Tax Deadlines
Posted on Tue, 21 August 2018

Unfortunately for startups in the United States, tax deadlines aren’t just in the spring. Beyond the April 15th deadline (it was actually April 17th in 2018), here are SOME of the other deadlines your startup needs to be aware of in the third quarter.

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Dangers of Venture Debt

Dangers of Venture Debt
Posted on Fri, 10 August 2018

Kruze Consulting’s COO, Scott Orn, on the dangers of venture debt and how to lower the risk of things going wrong when using venture debt for your startup.

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Venture Lending Common Events of Default

Venture Lending Common Events of Default
Posted on Wed, 8 August 2018

Kruze Consulting’s COO, Scott Orn, presents a guide to venture lending and the common events of default that you can encounter in venture debt.

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Fund Venture Lenders vs. Bank Venture Lenders

Fund Venture Lenders vs. Bank Venture Lenders
Posted on Mon, 30 July 2018

Today we’re talking about fund venture lenders vs. bank venture lenders. Now, banks, they’re always really really cheap. They have low interest rates and low warrant coverage and that’s partially because they are lending out other companies’ deposits. They take one company’s deposits and lend it out to another. That’s how banks work in just about everything. So that way their cost of funding is very very low.

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