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Gordon is a New Jersey-based CPA and owner of Turfbooks, an accounting firm that caters to land care professionals throughout the U.S. Reach him at dan@turfbooks.com.

Posts by Daniel S. Gordon

Business Basics: The one-minute management report Posted on 15 May 2018 in the 0518 & Current Issue categories.

When I look at a set of financials, I want to determine within one minute if the company is profitable and if the revenues and expenses are in line with... Read more»

What you need to know about the new tax law Posted on 22 Feb 2018 in the 0218 categories.

The most sweeping tax reform act since the 1986 overhaul has been signed into law. So, what does it mean for you? No matter what side of the political spectrum... Read more»

5 year-end accounting tips Posted on 27 Nov 2017 in the 1117 & Featured categories.

Soon we’ll be ushering in the new year. The decisions we make for the upcoming year will be based on the results of 2017 and the many things we learned... Read more»

Web Extra: Tax-planning strategies Posted on 08 Nov 2017 in the 1117 & LM Web Extras categories.

In his November 2017 column about yearend tax-planning strategies, Dan Gordon summed up tax planning in four words: “Postpone income; accelerate deductions.” Here are his suggestions to do just that.... Read more»

Design an effective compensation plan Posted on 30 Oct 2017 in the 1017 & Business Planner 2018 & Featured categories.

Lessons learned from the 2017 employee compensation survey Designing effective compensation and benefits packages are paramount in contending for the best talent in today’s competitive labor market. As the economy... Read more»

Accounting for millennials Posted on 07 Aug 2017 in the 0817 & Featured categories.

Millennial business owners and managers demand an ever-increasing amount of real time information. They embrace technology and can make decisions quickly based on financial and operational dashboards. Our accounting firm... Read more»

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