Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cookie - headers already sent by (output started at /home/knoblecpa1/blog.knoblecpa.com/wp-content/plugins/post-credits/postcredits.php:1) in /home/knoblecpa1/blog.knoblecpa.com/wp-content/plugins/si-contact-form/si-contact-form.php on line 2189

Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output started at /home/knoblecpa1/blog.knoblecpa.com/wp-content/plugins/post-credits/postcredits.php:1) in /home/knoblecpa1/blog.knoblecpa.com/wp-content/plugins/si-contact-form/si-contact-form.php on line 2189
Planning | David Knoble, CPA, PLLC

David Knoble, CPA, PLLC

Logo - white background

(click for our web site)

America Counts on CPA’s

CPA_Logo_Blue

Helpful Links

These links will help you nav­i­gate to other web resources for your orga­ni­za­tion, busi­ness or family.

Not Just Financial Planning …

Most peo­ple believe a CPA is only to help with finan­cial plan­ning. How­ever, we also help man­age risk. You have risks you prob­a­bly haven’t though about. Even if you aren’t self employed, have you thought about what hap­pens if you or your spouse sud­denly becomes deceased? Ok, so the answer is yes, you have a will. That’s not what I’m talk­ing about and it prob­a­bly means you have a risk you haven’t pre­pared for.

 » Read more about Not Just Finan­cial Planning … »

© 2012, david.knoble
by David Kno­ble, CPA, PLLC
Serv­ing Non-Profits, Busi­nesses & Indi­vid­u­als
Rock Hill, SC

Identity Theft for the Deceased?

A deceased fam­ily mem­bers is always a tough topic.  It is still tough in our own fam­ily.  It’s not often that I post links to arti­cles out­side of our blog, but this arti­cle deserves some atten­tion.  It dis­cusses the steps nec­es­sary after a loved-one is deceased to pro­tect the fam­ily from iden­tity theft.  The dif­fer­ence in this type of iden­tity theft and that of your iden­tity is that you actively pro­tect your id (I hope).  Do you pro­tect deceased fam­ily member’s id’s?  » Read more about Iden­tity Theft for the Deceased? »

© 2012, david.knoble
by David Kno­ble, CPA, PLLC
Serv­ing Non-Profits, Busi­nesses & Indi­vid­u­als
Rock Hill, SC

Is Your Small Business a C-Corporation?

C-Corporations are typ­i­cally reserved for larger, multi-owner com­pa­nies.  Pub­lic com­pa­nies are almost always C-Corporations and for good rea­sons.  How­ever, a small busi­ness fre­quently has more tax advan­tages as an LLC, Part­ner­ship or an S-Corporation.  That being said, now may be a good time to move away from your C-Corporation struc­ture.  » Read more about Is Your Small Busi­ness a C-Corporation? »

© 2009, david.knoble
by David Kno­ble, CPA, PLLC
Serv­ing Non-Profits, Busi­nesses & Indi­vid­u­als
Rock Hill, SC

Why Set Goals?

Another great con­cept in  my read­ing that I have real-life expe­ri­ence with is the result of goal set­ting.  Many texts will tell you to set goals and then mea­sure them reli­giously against what actu­ally hap­pens to see where you are.  In account­ing terms this is bud­get ver­sus actual and there is cer­tainly ben­e­fit in pro­duc­ing finan­cial data using this method.  How­ever, there are other under­ly­ing issues that cause the goal set­ting process to ben­e­fit your busi­ness and your life.  » Read more about Why Set Goals? »

© 2009, david.knoble
by David Kno­ble, CPA, PLLC
Serv­ing Non-Profits, Busi­nesses & Indi­vid­u­als
Rock Hill, SC