Decision Hawk Blog

Considerations in Small Business Insurance

  • Navin Maganti
  • March 27, 2017

  Insuring a business has always been an offline activity and continues to be until now. The offline activities include understanding type of business insurance needs, what covers the business adequately, where & how to buy. The insurance agencies and brokers are gatekeepers and recommend the information.  There are two ways to verify your business has the right … Continue reading “Considerations in Small Business Insurance”

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Turbo Charge Your Decision Making

  • Dave Wolcott
  • February 16, 2017

Are you drowning in data and information overload?  Most likely, you are not alone in today’s ever increasingly fast paced information age.  After all, the competitive entrepreneurs we are constantly brings us back to responding to ALL those emails, the texts, collaboration platforms, and systems, not to mention personal social media and email coordination of … Continue reading “Turbo Charge Your Decision Making”

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Is outsourced accounting right for you?

  • Navin Maganti
  • February 8, 2017

  On Jan. 12 GE announced that it would move most of it’s in-house tax staff to PwC by April 1, (https://www.wsj.com/articles/general-electrics-novel-tax-deal-could-lead-the-way-1485781202).  Suddenly, the larger companies are not only looking to outsource accounting, but now even tax functions are being outsourced and being identified as revenue sources. Seems like it would be prudent for small and growing … Continue reading “Is outsourced accounting right for you?”

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Why DecisionHawk

  • admin
  • August 7, 2016

Every important business decision or outcome always results in some type of introspection, analysis or emotions. Every result is always accompanied by, “if I only knew then what I know now”.

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Financial Acumen

  • admin
  • July 30, 2016

One of the most important considerations that businesses and entrepreneurs have to face with is finance.

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